The minor in actuarial science provides students with the necessary background coursework for careers in a field whose demand is constantly on the rise. The minor is open to students from all majors. It offers an opportunity for students to develop skills expected of entry level actuaries; equipping them with the tools to help companies and businesses to better anticipate and manage risk. This minor also provides reasonable preparation for the first two actuarial examinations.
Requirements for the Actuarial Science Minor
A minimum of 22 credits are required. Sixteen (16) credits come from MATH 122, 481; STAT 381; ECON 201, 202. Students may choose 6-7 credits from ACCT 301, 302; CPSC 310; ECON 301, 303, 304, 321, 322; MATH 351, 352; and STAT 382.
Course Description Pages for Disciplines in the Minor: