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Bsc administration(insurance option) and bsc actuarial science
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Dear God, it is advisable to study Bsc administration (insurance option). The reasons being that students are required to take courses such as Language Skills, Critical Thinking, Introduction to Business Administration and Introduction to Public Administration. In the third and final years, however, students take courses such as Introduction to Actuarial Science, Insurance of Liability, Elements of Risk and Insurance, Pensions and Social Security Health Insurance, and Insurance Management. Students may also opt for writing a long essay in their final year.

With BSc Actuarial Science, it provides a sound grounding in the mathematical, statistical and financial concepts needed for insurance and actuarial work.

Core Courses
  • Calculus
  • Actuarial mathematics
  • Insurance underwriting
  • Insurance claims
  • Financial accounting

Graduates can find employment in Insurance firms as trainee Acturists or with insurance and fund management companies or other firms as consulting Actuarists. Graduates can choose careers in other fields such as banking, Stockbrokerage as financial analysts and as Mathematicians and Researchers.