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Through the Joint College Entrance Examination, the Department admits forty-seven undergraduate freshmen per year. To graduate, and undergraduate student has to finish ninety-six credits of required courses and forty credits of elective courses. Students may also elect a minor discipline in order to broaden their area of knowledge. Upon graduation, a Bachelor’s degree in Business will be granted.

Required Courses
-Business Core Courses:
Principles of Economics, Accounting, Management or Introduction to Business, Statistics, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Social Responsibility and Ethics 
-Insurance Core Courses:

Insurance Theory and Principles, Risk Management, Life Insurance, Non-Life Insurance, Insurance Law, Actuarial Mathematics, Reinsurance, Social Insurance, Managing Pension Plan and Financing Retirement, Operation of Risk Management and Insurance Business

Elective Courses
-Insurance Field Emphasis:
 International Risk and Insurance, Health Insurance,Current Topics In Property Insurance Practice(I) (II)

-Law Field Emphasis:
 Law of Bills and Notes,Practice in Insurance Law, Marine Insurance

-Actuarial Statistics Field Emphasis:
 Linear Algebra, Actuarial Statistics, Insurance Rate Making

-Co-up courses with Life and Non-life insurance Companies
The Operation and Management of Life Insurance Seminar, The Operation and Management of Life Insurance Seminar, Seminar on Enterprise Risk Management,Seminar on the Operation of Bank Insurance

-Linear Algebra, Financial Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Industry Analysis,International Investment

Actuarial Statistics Program
The minimum credits of the academic requirements for the degree programs are thirty-eight. Please consult the staff in the Department for the relevant information.

Required Courses:
-Insurance, Linear Algebra, Financial Management or Insurance Financial Management,Financial Mathematics (I), Mathematical Statistics, Probability, Actuarial Mathematics
-Life Contingency, Financial Product Innovation, Actuarial Statistics, Demography, Regression Analysis, Time Series Analysis, Financial Derivatives, Econometrics, Mathematics for Financial Engineering (at least take 3 of the 9 courses)

Elective Courses:
-Risk Management, Health Insurance, Social Insurance, Reinsurance, Life Insurance, Non-Life Insurance, Survival Analysis, Advanced Calculus, Categorical Data Analysis, Insurance Law, Managing Pension Plan and Financing Retirement
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