Actuarial Science is a discipline that assesses financial risks in the insurance and finance fields using mathematical and statistical methods. It applies the mathematics of probability and statistics to define, analyze and solve the financial implications of uncertain future events.
Actuarial Science is a growing field that has attracted more and more interest every year. It leads to some of the highest paid jobs.
MA 111 Analytical Calculus I - 4 Credits
MA 112 Analytical Calculus II - 4 Credits
MA 211 Analytical Calculus III - 4 Credits
MA 212 Differential Equations - 4 Credits
MA 251 Linear Algebra - 3 Credits
MA 311 Probability and Statistics I - 3 Credits
MA 312 Probability and Statistics II - 3 Credits
Abstract Algebra or Real Analysis - 8 Credits
Two Science Sequences - 8 Credits
CS 102 Fundamentals of IT and Computing - 3 Credits
BA 100 Financial Accounting I - 3 Credits
BA 101 Financial Accounting II - 3 Credits
BA 320 Corporate Finance I - 3 Credits
BA 350 Business Statistics - 3 Credits