4 pm - 5:50 pm: Mathematics 381: Actuarial Models II

6 pm - 7:50 pm: Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

No fixed schedule

4 pm - 5:50 pm: Mathematics 381: Actuarial Models II

6 pm - 7:50 pm: Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

No fixed schedule

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Mathematics 480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the academic year
2018/2019**

Mathematics
280, Financial Mathematics

Mathematics
381: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 480: Applications of
Actuarial Principles

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

** Classes taught in the academic
year 2017/2018
**Mathematics 280: Financial
Mathematics

Mathematics 381: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 383: Actuarial Models III

Mathematics 480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the academic year 2016/2017
**Mathematics 280: Financial
Mathematics

Mathematics 381: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the academic year
2015/2016
**Mathematics 280: Financial
Mathematics

Mathematics 381: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 480: Applications
of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483:
Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2014/2015**

Mathematics 280: Financial Mathematics

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments**Classes taught in the
academic year 2013/2014**

Mathematics 280: Financial Mathematics

Mathematics
383: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics
480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2012/2013
**Mathematics
280: Financial Mathematics

Mathematics
383: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics
480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2011/2012**

Mathematics
350: Applied Probability Models

Mathematics
383: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 480: Applications of
Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical
Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2010/2011**

Mathematics 350: Applied Probability Models

Mathematics 383: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2009/2010**

Mathematics 350: Applied Probability Models

Mathematics 383: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2008/2009**

Mathematics 350: Applied Probability Models

Mathematics 383: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2007/2008**

Mathematics 283: Introduction to Actuarial Computing

Mathematics 350: Applied Probability Models

Mathematics 383: Actuarial Models II

Mathematics 483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2006/2007**

Mathematics 283: Introduction to Actuarial Computing

Mathematics 350: Applied Probability Models

Mathematics 380: Actuarial Models I

Mathematics
480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2005/2006**

Mathematics
283: Introduction to Actuarial Computing

Mathematics
380: Actuarial Models I

Mathematics
480: Applications of Actuarial Principles

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2004/2005
**Mathematics
283: Introduction to Actuarial Computing

Mathematics 380: Actuarial Models I

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2003/2004:**

Mathematics
289.24: Introduction to Actuarial Computing

Mathematics
380: Actuarial Models I

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2002/2003:**

Mathematics
380: Actuarial Models I

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

**Classes taught in the
academic year 2001/2002:**

Mathematics
380: Actuarial Models I

Mathematics
483: Mathematical Models in Finance and Investments

Mathematics 280: Theory of Interest

Mathematics 380: Actuarial Models I

Mathematics 383: Credibility Theory and Loss Distributions

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