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School   (degrees awarded)
Ohio State University-Main Campus   (88 Bachelors degrees)
Carnegie Mellon University   (82 Masters degrees)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign   (77 Bachelors degrees)
Drake University   (55 Bachelors degrees)
Pennsylvania State University (Penn State)   (54 Bachelors degrees)
University of Connecticut   (53 Bachelors degrees)
Purdue University-Main Campus   (52 Bachelors degrees)
Kent State University at Kent   (47 Masters degrees)
Boston University   (46 Masters degrees)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln   (40 Bachelors degrees)
Temple University   (36 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Los Angeles   (31 Masters degrees)
University of Wisconsin-Madison   (31 Bachelors degrees)
CUNY Bernard M Baruch College   (30 Bachelors degrees)
Florida State University   (28 Bachelors degrees)
University of Wisconsin-Madison   (27 Bachelors degrees)
Norwich University   (26 Masters degrees)
Georgia State University   (26 Bachelors degrees)
Temple University   (22 Masters degrees)
Georgia State University   (21 Masters degrees)
University of Iowa   (21 Bachelors degrees)
Maryville University of Saint Louis   (20 Bachelors degrees)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln   (20 Masters degrees)
St. John's University-New York   (20 Bachelors degrees)
Brigham Young University-Provo   (20 Bachelors degrees)
Columbia University   (19 Masters degrees)
University of Iowa   (17 Masters degrees)
The University of Texas at San Antonio   (16 Bachelors degrees)
University of California-Santa Barbara   (15 Bachelors degrees)
Ball State University   (14 Bachelors degrees)
Actuarial Science Description

A program that focuses on the mathematical and statistical analysis of risk, and their applications to insurance and other business management problems. Includes instruction in forecasting theory, quantitative and non-quantitative risk measurement methodologies, development of risk tables, secondary data analysis, and computer-assisted research methods.

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