Actuarial Mathematics Track

A student at a computer station in an economics class.

Assess the risks as an actuary

In actuarial mathematics, you'll calculate risk and predict financial outcomes.

You can work in insurance, investment and other professions that make informed decisions on cost scenarios.

Why take the actuarial track?

  • Enhance your learning experience – Prepare for actuarial exams and gain critical thinking skills in math.
  • Get a comprehensive education – Study a variety of math topics and increase your career potential. Choose from a spectrum of math courses that will prepare you for a range of career opportunities.
  • Focus your degree – Pair this degree track with a relevant minor, like insurance or enterprise risk management.
  • Prepare for a future in your field – Your course work will develop your knowledge in risk management and financial security. Gain the skills and direction to pursue advanced studies or a career.
An economic analysis for investors class at the Glass Hall trading lab on campus.
Careers and outcomes
In today's job market, analytical and problem-solving skills are valued across many industries.

Degree options

Want to take the actuarial track? Review the program requirements (BS, non-comprehensive) for the exact courses you need to take.

Use the four-year plan below as a guide for your overall schedule.