Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating from this program will:

  • apply basic concepts of actuarial science and the laws of probability and statistics to solve actuarial science problems.
  • apply advanced concepts of actuarial science, such as the theory of life contingencies and the theory of interest to solve actuarial science problems.
  • use actuarial science software packages to complete actuarial science tasks.
  • communicate the results of actuarial science quantitative analysis effectively and clearly, both in writing and orally.

Requirements for the Minor in Actuarial Science

Mathematics
MATH 220Calculus II4
or MATH 268 Accelerated Calculus II
Economics
ECON 201Introduction To Economics I3
ECON 202Introduction To Economics II3
Accounting
ACCTNG 210Introduction To Financial Accounting3
Finance
FIN 325Financial Management3
FIN 345Investments3
Statistics
STAT 436Introduction To Mathematical Statistics I3
Take two of the following courses:6
Introduction To Mathematical Statistics II
Statistical Models in Actuarial Science
Statistical Models for Life Contingencies
Theory of Pension and Social Security
Total Credits28