2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

Students pursuing this degree will have the opportunity to take traditional courses in mathematics and modern applied mathematics covering major topics related to actuarial science and operations research.

All non-teaching majors and minors offered by the department require a 2.00 or higher overall grade point average in required courses and a grade of “C” or better in each required course.

For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Mathematics and Computer Sciences department page.

For related information from the bureau of labor statistics, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/math/home.htm

Total Credits Required 120
General Education
30-40
Required Courses in Major 39-51
Core Requirements 21
MA 161 Calculus I [QUAR] 4
MA 163 Calculus II 4
MA 211 Linear Algebra 3
MA 265 Calculus III 4
MA 312 Abstract Algebra I 3
MA 361 Differential Equations 3

Concentration (choose one)  
 
General Mathematics Concentration 18
Choose two or more courses from the following: 6-7
At least one course must be at the 400 level.
MA 363 Analysis I (3 cr.)
MA 371 Probability (3 cr.)
MA 412 Abstract Algebra II (3 cr.)
MA 464 Analysis II (3 cr.)
DATA 472 Multiple Regression and ANOVA (4 cr.)
MA/DATA Electives 11-12
Select from MA/DATA 300- 400-level courses, except MA 350-359 and MA 450-459.
 
Actuarial Sciences Concentration 30
MA 370 Interest Theory 3
MA 371 Probability 3
DATA 472 Multiple Regression and ANOVA 4
MA/DATA Electives 8
Select from MA/DATA 300- 400-level courses, except MA 350-359 and MA 450-459.
EC 201 Microeconomic Principles 4
EC 202 Macroeconomic Principles 4
FIN 351 Financial Management I 4
 
Other Required Course 4
CS 120 Computer Science I [QUAR] 4
 
Minor 16