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Actuarial science is a special discipline for training students to apply mathematical skills and statistical techniques to study uncertain future events, especially those of concern to insurance and pension programs. The Actuarial Sciences concentration in the Professional Science major is a relatively new master’s program at MTSU. The program offers training so that students can make practical use of probability theory and statistical analysis for managing risks and solving problems. An internship takes the place of writing a thesis. Actuaries may work for insurance companies, consulting firms, government, employee benefit departments of large corporations, hospitals, banks and investment firms, or, more generally, in businesses that need to manage financial risk. A career as an actuary is better described as a "business" career with a mathematical basis rather than as a "technical" mathematical career. The occupation of actuary has been ranked for many years as one of the best jobs based on a variety of factors.

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Successful actuary alum helps program as advisor, mentor

Successful actuary alum helps program as advisor, mentor

MTSU alumnus John E. Daniel, FCAS, MAAA, is now a vice president and consulting actuary in the Willis Casualty Actuarial Practice in Nashville. He also mentors people new to the actuarial profession and serves as an advisory board member for the M.S. in Professional Science program and as the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) college liaison with the MTSU Actuarial Science program. "Every time a graduate of the program achieves success in the actuarial field, the reputation of the program is enhanced and new opportunities are created for current students," Daniel says. "Those opportunities are constantly increasing." Daniel achieved the professional CAS designations of associate in 1999 and fellow in 2004. "I had been working for years in insurance sales roles and was looking for a career that would enable me to best use my analytical talents and also build professional relationships," Daniel says. Daniel has worked 20 years in the actuarial industry for several different types of insurance companies, with experience in deriving pricing recommendations, establishing loss reserve targets, and managing client relationships.

UCLA grad hired full-time through MTSU master's internship

UCLA grad hired full-time through MTSU master's internship

Lucy Zhang, who earned her bachelor's degree from UCLA, chose the MTSU Actuarial Science program to pursue an M.S. degree. After she completed her internship at SIGMA Actuarial Consulting Group, Inc., the Brentwood company hired her full-time right after graduation from the master's program in August 2014. Zhang was working as an adjunct instructor teaching math learning support at Roane State Community College and decided to pursue a master's degree in Tennessee where her parents live. "After doing some research, I found out that MTSU was the only university in Tennessee to have a master's degree in actuarial science," she says. The mandatory internship attracted her to the program and gives students "a competitive edge," she says. Dr. Don Hong is active in helping students obtain internships and job opportunities. "I am very glad to have chosen this program over many others in the country," Zhang says.


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A master's degree from MTSU in Professional Science with a concentration in Actuarial Sciences can lead to opportunities for becoming an actuary, a career that is well paying and in high demand. Graduates are well positioned to fill the growing need for individuals with this highly specialized training in the financial services and consulting industries in addition to the traditional insurance and health care industries. Examples of potential positions include

  • Actuarial analyst
  • Actuarial auditing
  • Annuity pricing actuary
  • Chief actuary and vice president
  • Consulting actuary
  • Data analyst
  • Financial actuary
  • General liability actuary
  • Health actuary
  • Investment researcher
  • Investment valuation
  • Life reinsurance pricing
  • Life valuation
  • Model validation financial actuary
  • Mortality valuation
  • Product actuary
  • Risk and hedging
  • Risk management
  • Specialty pricing actuary
  • Underwriting 

Employers of MTSU alumni include

  • Acuff & Associates
  • Aetna
  • Alfa Insurance
  • American General Life and Accident Insurance Co.
  • Bank of China
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee
  • BPS&M – Wells Fargo Commercial, Brentwood
  • Caterpillar Finance
  • China Actuarial Society
  • China PingAn Insurance
  • Cigna
  • Consumers Insurance
  • Direct General Group of Companies
  • Farm Bureau Insurance
  • Farmers Insurance
  • First Acceptance Insurance
  • Genworth Financial
  • Humana Inc., Kentucky
  • Humana Inc., Texas
  • Lincoln Financial Group
  • Nationwide Insurance
  • Select Actuarial Services
  • Sigma Actuarial Consulting Group, Inc.
  • State Farm Insurance
  • Tower and Watson, Memphis
  • Tower and Watson, Atlanta
  • Travelers Insurance
  • Willis North America Inc.
  • Zurich Insurance

The Master of Science (M.S.) with a major in Professional Science includes a business core with specific concentrations in Actuarial Sciences, Biostatistics, Biotechnology, Engineering Management, and Health Care Informatics.

The Professional Science Master's, as it is commonly called, combines the business management skills commonly found in the traditional M.B.A. type program with advanced learning in specific science fields.

This interdisciplinary program is a partnership among the College of Basic and Applied Sciences, College of Behavioral and Health Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, and the Jennings A. Jones College of Business.

The concentration in Actuarial Sciences offers preparation, basic knowledge, and professional skills to individual who want to work as an actuary and to pass actuarial professional examinations. 

Applicants must have for unconditional admission

  • An earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college
  • Completion of Multivariate Calculus with a grade of C (2.0) or better (MATH 3110 or the equivalent).
  • Completion of a course in Linear Algebra with a grade of C (2.0) or better (MATH 2010 or the equivalent).
  • A Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score of 900 (old) or a combined 286 (new): Verbal 138, Quantitative 148. Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is not accepted.
  • Appropriate undergraduate preparation for advanced study of actuarial sciences.
  • Basic competency in word processing, electronic mail, library retrieval systems, presentation graphics, spreadsheets, and databases 

For complete curriculum details, click on the REQUIREMENTS button to the right.

Professional Science, Actuarial Science Concentration, M.S.

Saeed Foroudastan, Director
Master of Science in Professional Science Program
(615) 494-7618
Saeed.Foroudastan@mtsu.edu

For more information about the Actuarial Science concentration, contact:
Don Hong, Program Coordinator
Actuarial Science Concentration
(615) 904-8339
Don.Hong@mtsu.edu

Suzanne Hicks, Graduate Coordinator
Master of Science in Professional Science Program
(615) 904-8581
Suzanne.Hicks@mtsu.edu

The College of Basic and Applied Sciences offers the Master of Science with a major in Professional Science (M.S.) with six concentrations: Actuarial Science, Biostatistics, Biotechnology, Engineering Management, Fermentation Science, and Health Care Informatics.

The concentration in Actuarial Science offers preparation, basic knowledge, and professional skills to work as an actuary and to pass actuarial professional examinations.

Please see undergraduate catalog for information regarding undergraduate programs.

Admission Requirements

Admission to the Master of Science in Professional Science with a concentration in Actuarial Science requires

  1. an earned bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college with a course in Multivariate Calculus (MATH 3110 or the equivalent) with a grade of C (2.00) or better and a course in Linear Algebra (MATH 2010 or equivalent) with a grade of C (2.00) or better;
  2. basic competency in word processing, electronic mail, library retrieval systems, presentation graphics, spreadsheets, and databases;
  3. appropriate undergraduate preparation for advanced study of actuarial science.

Application Procedure

All application materials are to be submitted to the College of Graduate Studies.

Applicant must

  1. submit application with the appropriate application fee (online at www.mtsu.edu/graduate/apply.php);
  2. submit official transcripts from all collegiate institutions attended;
  3. submit three letters of reference to askgrad@mtsu.edu (or mail to College of Graduate Studies);
  4. submit an official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) report. A composite GRE score of 286 is expected for consideration for unconditional admission.

Degree Requirements

The Master of Science in Professional Science with a concentration in Actuarial Science requires completion of a minimum of 36 semester hours.

Curriculum: Professional Science, Actuarial Science

The following illustrates the minimum coursework requirements.

Core Courses (15 hours)

 

  • ACTG 6100 - Accounting and Legal Issues for Managers

    3credit hours

    Surveys accounting skills and legal perspectives necessary for managers without undergraduate business degrees to enter the businessworld. Will not meet the requirements for the M.S. in Information Systems, M.Acc. in Accounting, or the M.B.A. degree programs.

  • BCED 6820 - Managerial Communication

    3credit hours

    Analysis of communication theory and communication processes with emphasis on development of executive communication skills essential for understanding organizational processes from a holistic perspective. Covers organizational theory, behavior, and interpersonal communication from both a domestic and global perspective.

  • BCED 6910 - Internship Program

    3credit hours

    A supervised program of related work experience. Provides experiential opportunities for the application of the theoretical concepts learned.

  • MGMT 6740 - Leadership and Motivation

    3credit hours

    Issues in leadership and motivation in business organizations. An examination of the theoretical framework for leadership and motivation processes serves as foundation. Emphasis on practical issues and applications of leadership development and motivation.

  • STAT 5140 - Probabilistic and Statistical Reasoning

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: Must be enrolled in the Master of Science in Professional Sciences program; graduate level. Focuses on probability and statistics concepts. Topics include binomial and normal probabilistic modeling; important statistical concepts such as confounding, randomization, sampling variability and significance; statistical testing of significant differences and associations; and design experiments to test research hypotheses.

Concentration Courses (21 hours)

 

Required Courses (9 hours)

 

  • ACSI 6020 - Construction and Evaluation of Actuarial Models

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: STAT 5140 or permission of instructor. Topics include construction of empirical models, construction and selection of parametric models, construction of models in presence of truncation and censoring,  interpolation and smoothing,  credibility theory, and simulation.

  • ACSI 6030 - Actuarial Models for Life Contingencies

    3credit hours

    Prerequisites: STAT 3150 and ACSI 4230 or permission of instructor. Topics include survival distributions, life tables, life insurance, life annuities, and pensions, premiums and reserves, multiple lives, multiple decrements, models including expenses.

  • ACSI 6040 - Actuarial Models for Financial Economics

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: ACSI 4200/ACSI 5200 or equivalent. Topics include applications of stochastic processes to actuarial models, Poisson process, Markov process, interest rate models, arbitrage free models, valuation of derivative securities, financial risk management.

12 hours from the following:

  • ACSI 5220 - Mathematics of Corporation Finance

    3credit hours

    Prerequisites: ACSI/MATH 4200/ACSI 5200/MATH 5200 and ECON 2410, 2420, or consent of instructor. Mathematics of capital budgeting and evaluation models in corporate finance. Topics include net present values, internal rate of return, profitability index; evaluation of projects, corporations, and stocks; capital asset pricing model; cost of capital; quantification of risk and uncertainty; capital budgeting; capital structure; income statement and financial planning.

  • ACSI 5230 - Mathematics of Compound Interest

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: ACSI/MATH 4200/ACSI 5200/MATH 5200 or consent of instructor. Topics include measurement of interest (including accumulating and present value factors), annuities certain, yield rates, amortization schedules, sinking funds, and bonds and related securities.

  • ACSI 5240 - Mathematics of Interest Theory, Economics, and Finance

    3credit hours

    Prerequisites: ACSI 4230/ACSI 5230 or consent of instructor. Applies calculus and theory of interest tools to intermediate topics in microeconomics and macroeconomics and topics in finance. Topics include pricing activities, the simplified Keynesian model, interest and discount rates, valuation of payment streams, yield rates, amortization, cash flows and internal rate of return, stock and bond valuation, portfolio risks, the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), efficient markets, capital structure, leverage, financial performance measurement, and basic option pricing and the Black-Scholes model.

  • ACSI 5330 - Actuarial Mathematics I

    3credit hours

    Prerequisites: ACSI 4230/ACSI 5230 and STAT 4190 or consent of instructor. First of a two-semester sequence. Topics include survival distributions and life tables, life insurance, life annuities, and net premiums.

  • ACSI 5630 - Mathematics of Risk Management

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: ACSI/MATH 4200/ACSI 5200/MATH 5200. Topics chosen from mathematical modeling of volatility; pricing of bonds and stocks; duration and complexity; asset/liability management; forward contract, future contract, options; spreads, collars and other hedging strategies; option pricing models, Black-Scholes formula, Greeks, Delta hedge, Delta-Gamma hedge; hedge portfolio and hedge ratio.

  • ACSI 5640 - Mathematics of Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives

    3credit hours

    Prerequisites: ACSI/MATH 4630/ACSI 5630/5630 and 4200/ACSI 5200/MATH 5200. Topics chosen from lognormal model; Black-Scholes equation; volatility; risk neutral pricing; simulation; interest rate models; pricing of bonds, option on bonds,  interest rate caps, and other  interest rate derivatives.

  • ACSI 6010 - Introduction to Loss Models

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: STAT 5190 or consent of instructor.  Topics include statistical distributions for modeling insurance claims frequency and severity, aggregate claim distributions, effect of coverage modifications and inflations, and risk measures.

  • ACSI 6600 - Problems in Actuarial Science

    1 to 6credit hours

    Prerequisites: Mathematical maturity, preparation in actuarial science (normally nine semester hours of graduate study in actuarial science), and consent of instructor. Students wishing to enroll must select a topic in actuarial science prior to the semester in which ACSI 6600 is taken. Topics include, but are not limited to, applications of principles of actuarial mathematics to group and health insurance, retirement benefits, quantitative risk management, rate making, statistical methods in actuarial data analysis, interest rate models and their applications. Students must submit a written report. Course may be taken up to two times provided that the projects are completely different. Credits may total 1-12 hours.Credit will be based on the difficulty and complexity of the project as determined by the instructor. Pass/Fail grading.

  • ECON 6060 - Econometrics I  3 credit hours  

    ECON 6060 - Econometrics I

    3credit hours

    (Same as FIN 6060.) First core course in econometrics for students pursuing an M.A. in Economics. Focuses on ordinary least squares regression analysis, covering the problems of specification, multicollinearity, heteroskedasticity, autocorrelation, and endogeneity. SAS statistical software used as a tool for manipulating data, conducting forecasts, carrying out Monte Carlo simulations, and performing statistical inference.

  • ECON 6070 - Econometrics II  3 credit hours  

    ECON 6070 - Econometrics II

    3credit hours

    Second core course in econometrics for students pursuing an M.A. in Economics. Emphasizes methods of time series analysis, including Box-Jenkins methods, general-to-specific modeling, volatility models, vector autoregressions, unit roots and cointegration, unobserved component and state space models, and neural networks. Integrates practical applications in various computing environments including SAS, RATS, and MATLAB.

  • STAT 5200 - Statistical Methods for Forecasting

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: STAT 4190. Application of the regression model in forecasting regression and exponential smoothing methods to forecast nonseasonal time-series, seasonal series and globally constant seasonal models, stochastic time series models; and forecast evaluation. (Offers preparation to actuarial science students for the Society of Actuaries Exam #120 and Exam Part 3A administered by the Casualty Actuarial Society.)

  • STAT 6160 - Advanced Mathematical Statistics I

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: Two semesters of calculus or permission of instructor. Introduction to theoretical probability used in statistics with an emphasis on the mathematical theory. A rigorous treatment of random variables, their probability distributions, and mathematical exceptions in a univariate and multivariate setting. Includes conditional probabilities, stochastic independence, sampling theory, and limit laws.

  • STAT 6180 - Advanced Mathematical Statistics II

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: STAT 6160 or permission of instructor. Theory of estimation and hypothesis tests. Topics include minimum variance unbiased estimation, methods of estimation, most powerful tests, likelihood ratio tests, decision theory, and sequential test procedures.

 

  • MATH 6601 - Problems in Mathematics-Advanced Calculus  1 to 9 credit hours  
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    MATH 6601 - Problems in Mathematics-Advanced Calculus

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

  • MATH 6602 - Problems in Mathematics-Number Theory  1 to 9 credit hours  
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    MATH 6602 - Problems in Mathematics-Number Theory

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

  • MATH 6603 - Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Finance  1 to 9 credit hours  
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    MATH 6603 - Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Finance

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

  • MATH 6604 - Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Life Contingencies  1 to 9 credit hours  
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    MATH 6604 - Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Life Contingencies

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

  • MATH 6605 - Problems in Mathematics-Numerical Analysis  1 to 9 credit hours  
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    MATH 6605 - Problems in Mathematics-Numerical Analysis

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

  • MATH 6606 - Problems in Mathematics-Topology  1 to 9 credit hours  
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    MATH 6606 - Problems in Mathematics-Topology

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

  • MATH 6607 - Problems in Mathematics-Abstract Algebra  1 to 9 credit hours  
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    MATH 6607 - Problems in Mathematics-Abstract Algebra

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

  • MATH 6608 - Problems in Mathematics-Combinatorics and Graph Theory

    1 to 9credit hours

    Prerequisite: Mathematical maturity, preparation in the area, and normally nine semester hours of graduate study. Problems course dealing with theory methods and applications.

Program Notes

Candidate must

  1. file a degree plan in the College of Graduate Studies prior to entry into the program;
  2. file a Notice of Intent to Graduate form in the College of Graduate Studies within the first two weeks of the term in which candidate intends to graduate.

Suggested Curriculum - Full Time

Fall Year 1 (9 credits)  Spring Year 1 (9 credits)
  • Core Course: BCEN 6820 or ACTG 6100 (3 credits)
  • ACSI 5230 Mathematics of Compound Intrest (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6010 Credibility Theory and Loss Distributions (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 6040 Actuarial Models for Financial Economics/ MATH 6603 Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Finance (3 credits)
  • Core Course: MGMT 6740 (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6020 construction and Evaluation of Actuarial Models (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 5140 Mathematical Foundations of Actuarial Science (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6030 Actuarial Models for Life Contingencies / MATH 6604 Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Life Contingencies (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 5330 Actuarial Mathematics I (3 credits)
Fall Year 2 (9 credits)  Spring Year 2 (9 credits)
  • Core Course: BCEN 6820 or ACTG 6100 (select the course not previously completed in the first term) (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6040 Actuarial Models for Financial Economics / MATH 6603 Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Finance (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 5630 Mathematics of Risk Management (3 credits)

    OR

  • STAT 5200 Statistical Methods for Forecasting (3 credits)
  • ACSI 5340 Actuarial Mathematics II (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 6030 Actuarial Models for Life Contingencies / MATH 6604 Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Life Contingencies (3 credits)
  • BCEN 6910 Internship (3 credits)
  • ACSI 5220 Mathematics of Pricing Theory (3 credits)
  • ACSI 5640 Mathematics of Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 5240 Mathematics of Interest Theory, Economics and Finance (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 6040 Actuarial Models for Financial Economics / MATH 6603 Problems in Mathematics-Mathematics of Finance (3 credits)


Suggested Curriculum - Part Time

Fall Year 1 (6 credits)  Spring Year 1 (6 credits)
  • Core Course: BCEN 6820 or ACTG 6100 (3 credits)
  • ACSI 5220 Mathematics of Pricing Theory (3 credits)
  • Core Course: MGMT 6740 (3 credits)
  • ACSI 5140 Mathematical Foundations of Actuarial Science (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6010 Credibility Theory and Loss Distributions (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 6030 Actuarial Models for Life Contingencies (3 credits)
Fall Year 2 (6 credits)  Spring Year 2 (6 credits)
  • ACSI 6020 Construction and Evaluation of Actuarial Models (3 credits)
  • ACSI 5230 Mathematics of Compound Interest (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6030 Actuarial Models for Life Contingencies (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6040 Actuarial Models for Financial Economics (3 credits)
FALL YEAR 3 (6 CREDITS) SPRING YEAR 3 (6 CREDITS) 
  • Core Course: BCEN 6820 or ACTG 6100 (3 credits)
  • ACSI 6030 Actuarial Models for Life Contingencies (3 credits)

    OR

  • ACSI 6040 Actuarial Models for Financial Economics  (3 credits)
  •  BCEN 6910 Internship (3 credits)
  • STAT 5200 Statistical Methods for Forecasting (3 credits)

Student Research

Ye (Zoe) Ye

  1. MS graduate thesis: Tail Conditional Expectations for Extended Dispersion Models, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN. August 2014.
  2. Paper: Tail Conditional Expectations for Extended Dispersion Models, submitted manuscript, 08/2014. Submission ID number 14-21.
  3. Presentation given at the 48th Actuarial Research Conference: Trend Analysis Algorithms and Applications to Health Rate Review, July 2013, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
  4. Math Seminar presentation: Trend Analysis Tools and Applications to Rate Review Project, September 2013, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN.

Le Yin

  1. MS graduate thesis: Medical Trend Analysis Methods, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, May 2014.
  2. Le Yin, D. Hong, and Q. Wu, Statistical Methods for Medical Trend Analysis in Health Rate Review Process, North American Actuarial Journal, submitted manuscript 2014. Submission ID NAAJ-1298.
  3. Math Seminar Presentation: Medical Trend Analysis Algorithms and Implementation, September 2013, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN. 

Xiong Lu

  1. Presentation given at the 49th Actuarial Research Conference: Using Monte Carlo Simulation to Predict Captive Solvency, July 2014, University of California Santa Barbara, California.
  2. Chapter 4 of Ph.D. Dissertation: Statistical Computing Tools for Predicting Captive Solvency, December 2014.
  3. Lu Xiong, Don Hong, and Qiang Wu, Statistical Computing Tools for Predicting Captive Solvency, manuscript Using Monte Carlo Simulation to Predict Captive Insurance Solvency, North American Actuarial Journal, submitted manuscript 2014. 

Faculty Non-Publishable Industry-Related Research

  • RATE REVIEW REPORT for Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI): Health Insurance Rate Review Project, by Don Hong, Ken Hollman, Harold Tuthill, and Qiang Wu, the Program of Actuarial Science, Middle Tennessee State University, September 2012.
  • Trend Analysis Software Package, by Le Yin, Brent Carpenetti, Don Hong, and Qiang Wu, the Program of Actuarial Science, Middle Tennessee State University, October 2014. 

Other research sources

Contact Information

Dr. Hong, Program Coordinator
Don.Hong@mtsu.edu

Phone | 615-904-8339


Dr. Saeed Foroudastan
Program Director
Saeed.Foroudastan@mtsu.edu

Phone | 615-494-7618

Who is My Advisor?

Dr. Hong, Program Coordinator
Don.Hong@mtsu.edu

Phone | 615-904-8339

Mailing Address

Don Hong, Actuarial Sciences Coordinator
Middle Tennessee State University
MTSU Box 34
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132


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