Mathematics Department - Math 285 - Introduction To Interest Theory For Actuarial Science

Math 285 - Introduction To Interest Theory For Actuarial Science



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01:640:285 Introduction to Interest Theory for Actuarial Science (3)
Compound interest rate theory and application to valuation of financial instruments; measurement of interest; present value; equations of value and yield rates; amortization; annuities; bond valuation; duration; immunization.

Prerequisite: 01:640:251.

Textbook

Stephen Kellison; The Theory of Interest 3rd edition; McGraw-Hill; (text) 2008 (660 pp.); ISBN: 978-0-073-38244-9


Schedule Archives

Spring 2017 Schedule

InstructorType Index Section Day(s)/
Period
Time Room
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Campus
Salamon, Joshua L 20413 01 TF2 10:20 AM - 11:40 AM BE-201 LIV


This course is offered in the Fall. It was first offered in 2014.

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