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School of Actuarial Science and Risk Management

 

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‌At Drake University, you’ll find an institution uniquely positioned to offer one of the best actuarial science educations in the world.

Drake’s School of Actuarial Science is one of just 16 universities in the United States to be recognized as a Center of Actuarial Excellence by the Society of Actuaries, meaning you will learn alongside extraordinary classmates and from exceptional and experienced faculty.

 

About the School of Actuarial Science & Risk Management

Located in the College of Business and Public Administration (CBPA), The School of Actuarial Science and Risk Management offers undergraduate majors in Actuarial Science, either alone or combined with another CBPA major; two undergraduate concentrations, one in Risk Management and Insurance and the other in Actuarial Science; and selected graduate classes in Risk Management. Our Actuarial Science program is 1 of 16 in the U.S. honored as a Center of Actuarial Science, a prestigious designation awarded by the Society of Actuaries.  Pass rates for our Actuarial Science majors regularly exceed national averages, an important consideration when choosing where to study Actuarial Science.

Our faculty include four with earned doctorates (Professors Bujakowski, Chen, Vaughan and White), and five Actuarial Science faculty possess actuarial science credentials (Professors Bujakowski, Judd, Vaughan, Watson, and White).

Many of our faculty members produce award-winning research, and some participate in local and national professional organizations important to their disciplines.

Administrative Leadership

Susan Watson, M.S., FSA
Assistant Professor and Sammons Group Director of the School of Actuarial Science and Risk Management.

Thank you for visiting our page. For more information about Actuarial Science, please contact us at actuarial.science@drake.edu.

CBPA News
July 8, 2018
Robert D. Ray, BN'52, LW'54, died on July 8. Governor Ray proudly served as Iowa’s 38th governor and, later in his career, as the 11th president of Drake University, from April 1998 to May 1999.