Actuarial Sciences

Students interested in Actuarial Sciences may choose to pursue a minor either to supplement the work in their majors or to fulfill the requirements for a related area within their majors. The minor in Actuarial Sciences requires that students complete nine courses for a total of 30 credits. However, a number of the requirements will overlap with those for the majors reducing the number of new credits for the minor. See the table below for details on how courses will be allocated to general education, major and minor for math, management and other majors. Any questions you may have about the Actuarial Science minor may be directed to Dr. Dean Nelson.

Distribution of Credits

Requirements

Complete two courses in Economics that may also be used to fulfill the social science (SS) requirement in General Education:

ECON 0100 Introduction to Microeconomic Theory
ECON 0110 Introduction to Macroeconomic Theory

Complete the following Math and Statistics courses.

MATH 0220 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MATH 0230 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
STAT 1000 Applied Statistical Methods
STAT 1151 Introduction to Probability
STAT 1221 Applied Regression

Complete two courses in Management:

MGMT 0022 Financial Accounting
MGMT 1821 Introduction to Finance
    MAJOR  
Course Math Management Other
ECON 0100 Intro to Microeconomic Theory Gen Ed, Minor Gen Ed, Minor Gen Ed, Minor
ECON 0110 Intro to Macroeconomic Theory Gen Ed, Minor Gen Ed, Minor Gen Ed, Minor
MATH 0220 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I Major Major* Gen Ed
MATH 0230 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II Major Minor Gen Ed
STAT 1000 Applied Statistical Methods Major Major** Minor
STAT 1151 Introduction to Probability Minor Minor Minor
STAT 1221 Applied Regression Minor Minor Minor
MGMT 0022 Financial Accounting Minor Major Minor
MGMT 1821 Introduction to Finance Minor Major Minor
  18 Minor Credits 16 Minor Credits 22 Minor Credits

*Substitute MATH 0120 for MATH 0220 in Management Major **Substitute STAT 1100 (4 credits) for STAT 1000 (4 credits) in Management Major