Actuarial Science BS

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students graduating with a major in Actuarial Science will become proficient in basic actuarial science and mathematics common to all North American actuarial science programs: (a) calculus of one and several variables and linear algebra, (b) theory of interest, (c) probability and the mathematical foundations of statistics, and (d) basic notions of insurance and risk management.

  2. Students graduating with a major in Actuarial Science will demonstrate knowledge of more advanced topics in actuarial science, including applied statistics, and the ability to think clearly and critically, using appropriate technologies in solving problems related to the analysis and management of risk.

  3. Students graduating with a major in Actuarial Science will be able to effectively communicate, both orally and in writing, technical and nontechnical information in their work environment.