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Actuarial Science

Major or Concentrate in Actuarial Science

For course descriptions, prerequisites and course scheduling options, please see the Course Index.

Actuarial Science Program Requirements (31 units)

To complete the actuarial science area of study, students must complete the following courses:
Introduction to the Theory of ProbabilitySTAT-UB 14
Mathematics of InvestmentSTAT-UB 27
Corporate FinanceFINC-UB 7

This course covers topics that appear on the actuarial examinations.  Please see the Finance Department's Website for more information.
Calculus IMATH-UA 121

More information regarding MATH-UA courses can be found on the
Math Department's Website.
Calculus IIMATH-UA 122
Calculus IIIMATH-UA 123
Linear AlgebraMATH-UA 140
2 Advanced Additional ElectivesSee list of approved statistics courses.

 

Approved Statistics Courses (You must take at least two)

Statistical Inference and Regression Analysis

OR

Regression and Multivariate Data Analysis
STAT-UB 15

OR

STAT-UB 17

STAT-UB 15 is preferred. STAT-UB 17 can be taken if STAT-UB 15 is not being offered that semester
Forecasting of Time Series DataSTAT-UB 18
Life ContingenciesSTAT-UB 37
Introduction to Stochastic ProcessesSTAT-UB 21
Though you are only required to take two courses from this list, we encourage you to take all four of these courses to better prepare for the actuarial exams.

 

Meet with Your Adviser

To ensure proper concentration/major progress consult your Academic and Faculty Adviser.

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