Mathematics Major with Actuarial Concentration

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B.S. in Mathematics-Actuarial Science Concentration - Curriculum Map 2017-2018 Catalog

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EN 101 Composition and Literature I3EN 102 Composition and Literature II3
General Education History13General Education Lab Science4
General Education Lab Science4MA 122 Calculus II (General Education Math)c14
MA 121 Calculus I (General Education Math)c14MA 241 Mathematical Computation and Modeling3
Semester Total Credits14Semester Total Credits14
EC 201 Principles of Economics (Macro) (General Education Social Science)b,c3EC 202 Principles of Economics (Micro)b,c3
EN 201 World Literature I (General Education Literature)3EN 202 World Literature II3
MA 223 Calculus IIIc14MA 224 Differential Equationsc1,4
MA 306 Discrete Mathematicsc23MA 310 Linear Algebrac23
PS 211 University Physics I4PS 212 University Physics II4
Semester Total Credits17Semester Total Credits17
General Education Arts & Humanities3MA 312 Statistical Methodology IIb,c3
MA 303 Advanced Calculus I or 3092, c23MA 419 Internship in Mathematics or any MA course33
MA 311 Statistical Methodologyb,c, c23Mathematics Elective3
Free Elective3PH 303 Survey of Ethics or 350 (General Education Ethics)3
Mathematics Elective3Free Elective3
 MA 250 Communication in Mathematics1
Semester Total Credits15Semester Total Credits16
MA 309 Algebraic Structures or 3032, c23MA 321 Financial Mathematics or any MA coursec3
MA 411 Senior Seminars (General Education Capstone)3, c23Mathematics Elective3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
Semester Total Credits15Semester Total Credits15
Total Credits For This Major: 123

This may be any history course except HI 209.


MA 303 and MA 309 alternate as fall semester courses; both courses are required. For years these courses are offered, see Course Descriptions. 


Students must take either MA 419 or MA 411 with an approved project on an actuarial science topic.


Grade of B- or higher to meet the Society of Actuaries Validation by Educational Experience requirement.


Grade of C or higher required.


 Grade of C or higher required in 3 of the 4 courses.


 Grade of C or higher in at least 6 Math courses at the 300/400 level (other than MA 360)