Wisconsin School of Business

Kirk Peter

Faculty Associate - Actuarial Science, Risk Management & Insurance

Kirk Peter is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries who worked for 17 years as an actuary at CUNA Mutual Group in Madison prior to his current position as lecturer at UW-Madison
 

Undergraduate Courses


Actuarial Mathematics I
Course DescriptionAdvanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.
(ACT 650 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Actuarial Mathematics I
Course DescriptionAdvanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.
(ACT 650 Section 1), Fall 2009.

Actuarial Mathematics I
Course DescriptionAdvanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.
(ACT 650 Section 1), Fall 2010.

Actuarial Mathematics I
Course DescriptionAdvanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for annuities and insurances based on a single life; applications of the mortality table to population problems.
(ACT 650 Section 2), Fall 2010.

Actuarial Mathematics I
Course DescriptionAdvanced problems in the mathematical theory of life contingencies; force of mortality, laws of mortality; premiums and reserves for insurance and annuities based on a single life.
(ACT 650 Section 1), Fall 2011.

Contemporary Topics (RMI 365 Section 1), Fall 2010.

Theory-Interst & Life Insur
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Theory-Interst & Life Insur
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Theory-Interst & Life Insur
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Fall 2009.

Theory-Interst & Life Insur
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Theory-Interst & Life Insur
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Fall 2010.

Theory-Interst & Life Insur (ACT 303), Fall 2006.

Theory of Interest and Life In
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single an
(ACT 303 Section 1), Fall 2011.

Theory of Interest and Life Insurance
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Theory of Interest and Life Insurance
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Theory-Interst & Life Insur
Course DescriptionApplication of calculus to compound interest and insurance functions; interest compounded discretely and continuously; force of interest function; annuities payable discretely and continuously; bonds and yield rates; life tables, life annuities, single and annual premiums for insurance and annuities; reserves.
(ACT 303 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Actuarial Science Methods II
Course DescriptionDevelop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.
(ACT 301 Section 1), Fall 2009.

Actuarial Science Methods II
Course DescriptionDevelop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.
(ACT 301 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Actuarial Science Methods II
Course DescriptionDevelop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.
(ACT 301 Section 1), Fall 2010.

Actuarial Science Methods II (ACT 301 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Actuarial Science Methods II
Course DescriptionDevelop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.
(ACT 301 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Actuarial Science Methods II
Course DescriptionDevelop a knowledge of mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing financial risk. Emphasize the applications to problems encountered in actuarial science.
(ACT 301 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Actuarial Science Methods
Course DescriptionDevelop a knowledge of fundamental mathematical tools for quantitatively assessing risk. Emphasize the applications of these tools to problems encountered in actuarial science.
(ACT 300 Section 2), Spring 2007.



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Kirk Peter

 
Faculty Associate | Actuarial Science, Risk Management & Insurance
(608) 262-3232
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