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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Lee Actuarial Program Recognized by Karen Chambless

"Lee University has been approved by the Society of Actuaries to be on the list of Universities and Colleges with Actuarial Programs schools. Lee is one of only two universities in Tennessee to be included on the UCAP list." according to Karen Chambless, Lee University.

Mathematician Nathaniel Bowditch  was one of America's first insurance actuaries.
Photo. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Actuarial Science program at Lee is offered as an emphasis for mathematics majors. The discipline of actuarial science applies mathematics and statistical methods to assess risk in insurance, finance, and other related industries.

Photo: Caroline Maher-Boulis,
Associate Professor Mathematics
“Being approved by the SOA is monumental because it gives official support to our new program,” said Dr. Caroline Maher-Boulis, associate professor of mathematics at Lee. “It also places us on the SOA’s UCAP interactive map, which shows that in a 200-mile radius we are one of only five schools to offer this type of program.”...

According to Ms. Deaton, the program at Lee offers a great blend of math, business, and finance classes – together these form the necessary basis for a career as an actuary. The combination of potential internship and career opportunities and a program designed to give students a strong basis in actuarial science puts Lee in a unique place that will attract students to the program. 

The Society of Actuaries is the largest professional organization dedicated to serving 24,000 actuarial members and the public in the United States, Canada and worldwide. The SOA's vision is for actuaries to be the leading professionals in the measurement and management of risk.
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Related links
Society of Actuaries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Actuary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Source: The Chattanoogan 


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