Syllabus ACTSC 832

Syllabus ACTSC 832 - ActSc 432/832 Loss Models II(Fall 2011...

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ActSc 432/832: Loss Models II (Fall 2011) 1 Course outline Instructor: Joseph H.T. Kim (M3 3126, ext. 35539, [email protected]) Best to email me since I do not check my voice mail often. Lecture: 2:30-3:20 MWF (MC 4059) Teaching Assistants and office hours: TBA. Course Webpage: www.uwace.uwaterloo.ca Required Text: Loss Models by Klugman, Panjer, and Willmot. 3rd Edition by Wiley, 2008. Aids: non-programmable calculator for class time and exams. Mine is BA II Plus from TI. Course content Majority of Chapter 20; parts of Chapter 5, 15, and 16 2 Grade Basis One Test 20% One midterm test during class time (Oct. 28) We will use two rooms for double spacing - MC 4059 and MC 4045 Two Quizzes 20% Multiple-choice quizzes during class time (Oct 3 and Nov 21) We use MC 4059 only; seat will be assigned Final exam 60% Covering all the chapters in the syllabus. Date set by MUO. 3 Other important notes 3.1 Online course webpage The lecture notes will be posted on the course webpage prior to the lecture. It is important to print the lecture notes before attending the lectures. You are required to regularly check the course webpage throughout the term; especially there may be relevant information close to tests dates. A discussion forum will also be set up on the course webpage. The forum is designed for students to post questions with respect to course materials. I will award extra points to those who actively have helped other students during the term in the forum.
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