BA/BSc Specialization in Actuarial Mathematics/Finance

Program Requirements

Specialization in Actuarial Mathematics/Finance (90 credits)

24

credits:

MATH 251 Linear Algebra I (3.00)
MATH 252 Linear Algebra II (3.00)
MATH 264 Advanced Calculus I (3.00)
MATH 265 Advanced Calculus II (3.00)
MATH 364 Analysis I (3.00)
STAT 249 Probability I (3.00)
STAT 250 Statistics (3.00)
STAT 280 Introduction to Statistical Programming (3.00)

36

credits:

ACTU 256 Mathematics of Finance (3.00)
ACTU 257 Actuarial Mathematics I (3.00)
ACTU 357 Actuarial Mathematics II (3.00)
ACTU 457 Risk Theory (3.00)
ACTU 458 Credibility Theory (3.00)
ACTU 459 Loss Distributions (3.00)
MACF 301 Introduction to Quantitative Finance (3.00)
STAT 349 Probability II (3.00)
STAT 360 Linear Models (3.00)
STAT 380 Statistical Learning (3.00)
STAT 460 Time Series and Forecasting (3.00)
STAT 461 Statistical Simulation (3.00)

3

credits chosen from:

ACTU 286 Actuarial Mathematics Lab I (1.00)
ACTU 386 Actuarial Mathematics Lab II (2.00)
ACTU 486 Actuarial Mathematics Lab III (2.00)
MATH 354 Numerical Analysis (3.00)
MATH 365 Analysis II (3.00)
STAT 287 Statistics Lab I (1.00)

Note: MATH 365 is recommended for students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Actuarial Mathematics or related discipline.

15

credits:

ECON 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3.00)
ECON 203 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3.00)
COMM 220 Analysis of Markets (3.00)
ACCO 230 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3.00)
FINA 395 Theory of Finance II (3.00)

12credits chosen from Finance Courses at the 400 level

Notes

  • Students are responsible for satisfying their particular degree requirements.

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