Actuarial Science Minor

Program Type
Est. Time to Complete
2-3 Years
Kinsley School of Engineering, Sciences and Technology
Delivery Mode
On Campus


By taking the five courses in the Actuarial Science minor, students prepare for three Society of Actuaries (SOA) exams - Probability, Financial Mathematics, and Investment and Financial Markets. Students who take beginning accounting and management courses and who pass two or three SOA exams including Probability, are professionally qualified for entry-level positions as actuaries. The actuarial field combines the disciplines of business, probability, and risk assessment to provide preparation for leadership positions at insurance and financial management companies.

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