The Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Mathematics

Students declaring this major in the fall of 2019 and beyond must complete MATH 0230 or MATH 0235 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus 2) or their equivalents, with a letter grade of C or better. Students must also complete MATH 0470 Actuarial Mathematics 1 with a letter grade of B- or better to declare this major.

Each of these courses must be taken for a letter grade, and a grade of C or better must be earned in each. Specific requirements are below. Note that students who declared a math major in the Fall of 2018 or after are required to complete the one credit course, MATH 0500 Professional Development, prior to graduation. There are three sections offered in the spring term. The Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences maintains the Authoritative Statement of Degree Requirements (major sheet). The information provided here is for student convenience only. The official requirements should be downloaded using the link above. The requirements for students who entered the major prior to the fall of 2019 can be found here: Authoritative Statement of Degree Requirements Prior to Fall 2019.

Sample 4 Year Program:

Year 1

Fall
Math 0220 (4 cr)
CS 0401 (4 cr)
General Education (6 cr)
Spring
Math 0230 (4 cr)
Buserv 1920 (3 cr)
General Education (9 cr)

Year 2

Fall
Math 0240 (4cr)
Math 0413 (4 cr)
Math 0470 (3 cr)
Math 1119 (3 cr)
General Education (3 cr)
Spring
Math 1121 (3 cr)
Stat 1152 (3 cr)
Math 1180 (3 cr)
General Education (6 cr)

Year 3 or 4

Fall
Math 1122 (3 cr) or
Math 1270 (3 cr)
Math 1128 (3 cr)
General Education (9 cr)
Spring
Math 1180 (3 cr)
Math 1123 (3 cr) or
Math 1129 (3 cr)
BusFin 1311 (3 cr)
General Education (9 cr)

Year 4 or 3

Fall
Econ 1100 (3 cr)
Math 1126 (3 cr)
General Education (12 cr)
Spring
Econ 1100 (3 cr)
Math 1127 (3 cr)
General Education (9 cr)