Students wishing to pursue a major in Actuarial Mathematics must complete both MATH 0220 and MATH 0230 or their equivalents with a letter grade of C or better before declaring actuarial mathematics as their major. Students will be required to take 63 credits, of which 46 will be in Mathematics and Statistics. Specific requirements are:
The required courses include nine credits of statistics courses and nine to 12 credits of economics courses. Majors can fulfill the related area requirement by taking an additional statistics or economics course to achieve a total of 12 credits in one of these subjects.