This is a mathematics degree with an actuarial concentration. It is available as both a major and minor. As an actuarial science student, you’ll learn the language and methods of probability, statistics, and risk management.
- Students interested in the Actuarial Science concentration take courses in Economics, Accounting, and Finance, in addition to Mathematics courses.
- Learn from outstanding and award-winning teachers with doctoral degrees from Berkeley, Chicago, Harvard, Michigan, Princeton, Rice, and other top-rated universities.
- Work for companies to determine insurance rates and financial risk.
Course Examples by Year
Calculus I and II
Discrete Mathematics I
Introductory Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
Intermediate Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
Fundamentals of Accounting I and II
Introduction to Mathematical Proof
Interest Theory I and II
Introduction to Programming
Real Analysis I
Abstract Algebra I
Where Graduates Go
Many recent actuarial science graduates work for insurance companies, in banking, or in risk management for companies such as Ernst & Young, AON, Wellington, Cigna, and Foresters Financial. Some go to graduate school in Actuarial Science or Financial Mathematics.