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Curriculum

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


Others:
-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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