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Requirements for the Actuarial Science Major

GEP Signature Courses (See Curricula): six courses

GEP Variable Courses (See Curricula): six to nine courses, including

Mathematics:

MAT 161

Calculus I

Natural Science:

one semester of any lab-based natural science course (see ILC below)

Social Science:

ECN 101

Introductory Economics (Micro)

GEP Overlays (See Curricula): three courses

GEP Integrative Learning Component: three courses

Economics:

ECN 102

Introductory Economics (Macro)

Mathematics:

MAT 162

Calculus II

Natural Science:

one semester of any lab-based major level natural science course (see GEP Variable Courses above)

GEP: Electives: any seven courses

Major Concentration: fifteen courses, including

CSC 120

Introduction to Computer Programming

MAT 213

Calculus III

MAT 225

Fundamental Ideas of Mathematics

MAT 226

Introduction to Linear Algebra

MAT 321

Probability

MAT 322

Mathematical Statistics

MAT 423

Applied Statistical Methods

FIN 200

Introduction to Finance

FIN 300

Intermediate Finance

RMI 200

Introduction to Insurance

ACC 101

Financial Accounting

ASC 301

Actuarial Probability

ASC 401

Mathematics of Finance

DSS 330

Database Management

And one Mathematics elective chosen from MAT 238, MAT 311, MAT 313, MAT 316 or approved by the Actuarial Science program director

Satisfactory completion of the Actuarial Science major automatically qualifies the student to apply for a minor in mathematics, subject to the Mathematics minor GPA restrictions (see the Mathematics section of this catalog). Students are ready to take the first and second actuarial exams at the end of their junior and senior years, respectively. Students are encouraged to participate in a summer internship during their junior/senior year. In the past, these internships have proven to be most valuable to students and their subsequent job search.