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Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science

Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science

Major in Actuarial Science B.S.

Major in Actuarial Science B.S.

Requirements (67-70 cr.)

  • Mathematics core courses (23 cr.) MATH-M 215, MATH-M 216, MATH-M 301/303, MATH-M 311, MATH-M 360, MATH-M 366
  • Actuarial Science core courses (7-9 cr.) (One of these will be a capstone course) MATH-M 320, MATH-M 325, MATH-M 485
  • Computer Science core courses (7-8 cr.)  Option1: CSCI-C 201, CSCI-C 307 OR Option 2: CSCI-A 201, CSCI-A 302
  • Economics and Business core courses (21 cr.) ECON-E 103, ECON-E 104, BUS-A 201, BUS-A 202, ECON-E 270, BUS-F 301, BUS-F 420
  • Technical Electives (9 cr.) three courses not used for Computer Science core from:
    • Mathematics:  MATH-M 312, MATH-M 325, MATH-M 343, MATH-M 371, MATH-M 447, MATH-M 448, MATH-M 451, MATH-M 469, MATH-M 477
    • Computer science CSCI-C 203, CSCI-C 320, CSCI-C 343, CSCI-C 390, CSCI-C 340, CSCI-A 201, CSCI-A 302, CSCI-C 201, CSCI-C 307
    • Business BUS-L 201, BUS-N 300, BUS-P 301, BUS-M 301, BUS-M 303, BUS-A 311, BUS-A 312, BUS-A 322, BUS-A 325, BUS-A 328, BUS-A 424
  • Students must also complete the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences for the Bachelor of Science degree.

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For details concerning exact requirements, please consult the Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science.

For more information, visit the Mathematics and Actuarial Science page on the IU Northwest bulletin.