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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics Actuarial Science Major, BS


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An actuary uses specialized mathematical skills from probability and statistics to define, analyze, and solve financial and social problems. Actuaries create and manage insurance programs that reduce the adverse financial impact of both expected and unexpected things that happen to people, such as illnesses, accidents, and death. In addition, actuaries design pension programs, making sure there are sufficient resources to pay retirement and death benefits while also charging participants in the insurance or retirement plan a fair price.

The bachelor of science in actuarial science is listed below and is designed to prepare a student in both the mathematics and business areas necessary for success in the rigorous but rewarding actuarial profession.

Select one of the following sequences - Credits: 9


Total Credits: 104


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