Professional Master’s in Applied Mathematics (Actuarial Science)
The Professional Master’s in Applied Mathematics (Actuarial Science) program is intended primarily for students who would like to pursue an actuarial career. The PMAM program is a program that
- Prepares the students for a profession in the actuarial industry;
- Enhances the skills and analytical thinking of the student in an actuarial setting; and
- Prepares the students in the local and international professional examinations.
Admission into the Program
Applications for admission to the program are processed by the College of Science (more information here). Students can apply for admission during the 1st semester or 2nd semester.
Aside from the general requirements for admission set forth by the College of Science, applicants of PMAM must have taken at least 9 units of calculus and statistics courses. In addition, students should have taken a probability course, an interest theory course, and a life contingencies course. A student who has not taken any of the latter courses may still be admitted provided they take and pass them as non-credit courses.
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Students admitted into PMAM must complete 34 units of course work, including a project paper and a one-unit graduate seminar. The student must maintain a GWA of 2.0 or better in his/her graduate courses at the end of each academic year. Students should also pass the written and oral comprehensive examinations prior to graduation. The written examination covers Math 260, Math 261, Math 262.1, Math 262.2 and a third area. The oral examination is a seminal presentation which is administered once the written examination is passed.
Refer to the table below for the curriculum checklist.
1st Semester 9 units 2nd Semester 9 units Math 203 3 Math 262.1 3 Math 271.1 3 Math 261 3 Math 260 3 Elective 3
1st Semester 9 units 2nd Semester 7 units Math 262.2 3 Math 295 3 Elective (Actuarial Course) 3 Math 296 1 Elective 3 Elective (Actuarial Course) 3
1st Semester 2nd Semester Preliminary Examination (written) Qualifying Examinations (oral)
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