Actuarial science is a field that applies mathematics and statistics to the assessment of risk. Insurance companies, financial planners, and multinational corporations all rely on the deep analytical skills of actuaries. If you are considering a double major in mathematics, actuarial science is an ideal match.

Course Requirements

A minimum of 14 course credits, to include the following required courses:

  • ECB 101
  • ECB 102
  • ECB 151
  • ECB 210
  • ECB 243
  • ECB 301 or ECB 302
  • ECB 340
  • ECB 352
  • CSC 151
  • MAT 122
  • MAT 221
  • MAT 301
  • STA 347
  • STA 348
Recommended course sequence
1 ECB 101, 102, 151, 243 and 210
2 Calculus through MAT 122, MAT 221, CSC 151
3 ECB 301 or 302, ECB 340, MAT 301
4 ECB 352, STA 347 and 348

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