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Bachelor Of Science In Actuarial Science
Concentration: Actuarial Science
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Upon completion of the Communication Skills courses (CSEN, CSCM), students must complete a component of courses, (the specific number is determined by the student's academic "School") to meet one of the requirements for graduation. These courses called "Communication Skills Intensive" are integrated into the degree as part of the "major" areas on the checksheet. If you should have questions about this degree requirement, consult your academic advisor or the department head of your major.
  3 credits One from... CSEN1010 Reading and Writing Strategies
  CSCM2050 Intercultural Communications
  3 credits CSEN1020 Argument and Research
  3 credits CSCM1030 Public Speaking and Persuasion
  3 credits CSCM2040 Professnl Commun In Workplace
  3 credits ECON1020 Principles Of Macroeconomics
  3 credits One from... HUMA1010 Humanities: Art and Music
  HUMA1015 Honors Humanities: Art & Music
  3 credits One from... INFS1020 Fund Of Information Technology
  INFS1025 Honors Intro To Dec Supp Syst
* 4 credits MATH2070 Calculus W/Analytic Geom I
  3 credits One from... PSYC1010 General Psychology
  PSYC1015 Honors General Psychology
  3 credits One from... SOCI1010 Principles Of Sociology
  SOCI1020 Contemporary Amer Social Prob
  SOCI1025 Honors Contem Amer Soc Probl
  3 credits One from... ELIT1040 Readn Literature:Coming Of Age
  ELIT1050 Readng Lit:Classics/Cntr Trad
  ELIT1060 Reading Literature: Myths
  ELIT2030 African Amer Lit & Experience
  ELIT2040 Literature and Medicine
  ELIT2055 World Literature
  ELIT2080 Women and Literature
  ELIT2065 Honors World Literature
  3 credits One from... HIST1100 United States History I
  HIST1200 United States History II
  HIST1500 Western Civilization To 1715
  HIST1600 Western Civilization From 1715
  HIST1700 World Civilization I
  HIST1800 World Civilization II
  POLS1020 American National Government
  HIST1105 Honors United States History I
  3 credits One from... Any course in the Biology discipline
  Any course in the Chemistry discipline
  Any course in the Environmental Science discipline
  Any course in the Geology discipline
  Any course in the Physics discipline
  GEOL1095 Honors Stars, Planets & Cosmos
MAJOR 71 Credits Required
* 3 credits One from... ACCT2030 Intro Financial Accounting
  ACCT2035 Honors Intro Financial Account
* 3 credits ASCI2010 Fundamentals Of Actuarial Sci
* 3 credits ASCI3100 Theory Of Interest
* 3 credits ASCI3150 Financial Mathematics
* 3 credits ASCI4100 Life Contingencies I
* 3 credits ASCI4110 Life Contingencies II
* 3 credits ASCI4140 Actuarial Data Analysis
* 3 credits ASCI4200 Statistical Modeling I
* 3 credits ASCI4210 Statistical Modeling II
* 3 credits ASCI4220 Statistical Modeling III
* 3 credits One from... ASCI4215 Actuarial Topics In Pensions
  ASCI4225 Act Topc: Hlth, Prop/Cas Insur
  ASCI4310 Actuarial Pract Life Insurance
* 3 credits ECON1030 Principles Of Microeconomics
* 3 credits FINA3000 Principles Of Finance
* 3 credits FINA3200 Corporate Finance
* 3 credits FINA4260 Advanced Financial Mathematics
* 4 credits MATH2170 Calculus W/Analytic Geom II
* 4 credits MATH3090 Calculus W/Analytic Geom III
* 3 credits MATH3400 Linear Algebra W/Applications
* 3 credits STAT3140 Probability/Math Statistics I
* 3 credits STAT3150 Probability/Math Statistics II
* 3 credits STAT4230 Time Series Analysis
* 3 credits STAT4250 Regression Analysis
* 3 credits STAT4350 Predictive Analytics
OPEN ELECTIVES 9 Credits Required
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective

* A minimum grade of C must be earned in each course identified with an asterisk
A cumulative Q.P.A. of 2.00 or higher is required for graduation.

CSEN0990, MATH0900--These courses may be required but do not fulfill requirements for graduation in this degree program.

Students must show evidence of having passed at least one professional actuarial exam, offered by the Society of Actuaries of the Casualty Actuarial Society, in order to graduate with the B.S. in Actuarial Science. Students pursuing the major in Actuarial Science who are unable to complete this requirement in time for graduation will receive the B.S. in Applied Mathematics degree with a concentration in Financial Mathematics.

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