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Master

Master’s program
 
I. Learning Goals
Understand the theory and practice of risk management in order to effectively manage enterprises and the risks of financial institutions.
 
II. Research and Development
Apply the fundamentals of risk management and insurance to related research topics; develop the planning, management, and problem-solving abilities in students; influence the policies and operational strategies of governments and financial institutions with the research outcomes; and constantly strengthen leadership in domestic risk management and insurance.
 
III. Teaching and Learning
Establish a complete professional training framework featuring risk-specific management and then financial risk management. Focus learning on three main aspects: law, actuarial finance, and financial management.
 
IV. Student Focus
In addition to professional knowledge, we offer market practice courses to achieve knowledge-action integration. Assist students in arranging enterprise internships to enhance their employability.
 
V. Enterprise [Collaboration] Development
Combine technology development and policy issues with the department’s rich resources in the industry, the government, and the academia to conduct research, development, and collaborative projects in all directions and become an important think tank of governments and enterprises.
List of Required Professional Courses for the Statistics and Actuarial Science (Master’s) Program (Apply to students enrolling as of academic years 2016-2018)


 
            Course   Required
Field
Requirements
Credit
Freshman Sophomore Remarks
(Description of pre-requisites or fields)
Semester I Semester II Semester I Semester II
Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics Required 0         College Required
Risk Management Risk Management Required 3         General Required Course
Insurance Theory Insurance Theory Required 3        
Insurance Law Insurance Law Required 4        
Seminar on Insurance Policy Seminar on Insurance Policy Required 3         Law Required Course
Analysis of Insurance Case Analysis of Insurance Case Required 3        
Seminar on Related Subjects of Insurance Law Seminar on Related Subjects of Insurance Law Required 3        
International Perspective of Insurance Regulation International Perspective of Insurance Regulation Required 3        
Anglo-American Insurance Law and Cases Anglo-American Insurance Law and Cases Required 3        
Insurance Financial Management Insurance Financial Management Required 3         Management Required Course
Insurance Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis Insurance Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis Required 3        
Research Method in Empirical Insurance Studies Research Method in Empirical Insurance Studies Required 3        
Analysis of Investment Analysis of Investment Field 3         Management Required Course, two of any of the following
Longevity Risk and Pension Seminar Longevity Risk and Pension Seminar Field 3        
Social Insurance Social Insurance Field 3        
Financial Marketing Financial Marketing Field 3        
Life Contingencies Life Contingencies Required 3         Actuarial Science Required Course
Continuous Time Stochastic Modeling and Practice Continuous Time Stochastic Modeling and Practice Required 3        
Risk Theory Risk Theory Required 3        
Actuarial Applications in Pension Funding and General Insurance Actuarial Applications in Pension Funding and General Insurance Required 3        
  Total: 10 credits of general required courses for all three sections; 15 credits for required courses for the Law Section; 15 credits for required courses for the Management Section; 12 credits for required courses for the Actuarial Section.
  Minimum graduation credits: 42 credits
  Special course requirements
1. Maximum credits for each semester: 18 credits.
2.Maximum credits of courses offered by other departments:12 credits。
3. A thesis can be written in Traditional Chinese or English.
4. Students who have not taken courses relating to the Insurance Theory and Principles in their undergraduate study shall complete related courses in the master’s program during the program length.
5. Master’s students of this department must pass the required English proficiency test before submitting the degree examination transcript.  
Please contact the office of the Department of Risk Management and Insurance for program details. Phone: (02) 2939-3091 ext. 89071