Actuarial Science Sample Schedule
Here’s a typical program for a student majoring in Actuarial Science in the Department of Mathematics. This example is just that—one example of a four-year curriculum. There are many equally good optoins, in addition to the three alternate schedules that follow. Second and third year students can develop workable schedules that provide the necessary academic background.
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Note: The general requirements at the University of St. Thomas may change from time to time. The above reflects the requirements as of September 2013. The above sample schedule contains 32 courses. A student may take the 33rd course during a January or Summer term.
Special Registration Notes:
- Math 313, Probability should be taken no later than the spring semester of your sophomore year to avoid difficulties with scheduling.
- FINC 321, Financial Management Prerequisites:
Actuarial Science majors need to take ACCT 210, ACSC 320, MATH 313, and ECON 252 prior to registering for FINC 321. If you have taken ECON 251, you can register for FINC 321 w/o special permission. If you have not take ECON 251, you can obtain permission to register for this course from the Opus College of Business Undergraduate Administration office. [Margaret H. Gikling, (651)-962-5548, email@example.com].
- FINC 324/325 prereq: ACSC 320 replaces ACCT 215, and CISC 130/131/298 replaces CISC 200.