Mark Your Calendar: 3rd Annual Actuarial Science Day, September 23, 2017 at UNC Charlotte |

Actuarial Science is an important field of Applied Mathematics. It requires Mathematical and Statistical skills to study and analyze uncertain events in the insurance and financial fields.An Actuary needs to know Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics, Interest Theory, etc. In addition, an Actuary has to learn some Finance, Accounting, Economics, and some other topics in Insurance.Start your Actuarial Career by taking a BA degree in Mathematics with a concentration in Actuarial Science. Our program is classified as Advanced-Undergraduate by the SOA Listing of Academic Actuarial Science Programs. We currently offer courses for four Actuarial exams required for admission to the Society of Actuaries (SOA) and the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS).A major in Mathematics for the BA degree with a concentration in Actuarial Science consists of a minimum of 34 semester hours in mathematics and statistics courses and 18 semester hours from the Belk College of Business. In addition all students must meet the general education requirements of the University (See Catalog)

**Required Courses from The Department of Mathematics and Statistics:**

MATH 1241, 1242, 2241, 2242 Calculus courses

MATH 2164 Linear Algebra

MATH 2171 Differential Equations

MATH 2428, 3128 Actuarial Science IA and IB

MATH 3122, 3123 Probability and Statistics I and II

MATH 3163 Introduction to Modern Algebra

MATH 3129, 4129 Actuarial Science IIA and IIB

MATH 3688 Mathematics Awareness Seminar

MATH 3689 or MATH 3791: Senior Project Seminar or Senior Honors Tutorial

STAT 3110, 3150 are strongly recommended to get Actuarial VEE credits.

MATH 4051 is also recommended.

ITCS 1212 Introduction to Computer Science

**Required Courses from The Belk College of Business:**

ACCT 2121, 2122 Principles of Accounting I and II

ECON 2101, 2102 Principles of Economics-Macro/Micro

FINN 3120 Financial Management

FINN 3271 Principles of Insurance

Recommended but not required are FINN 3272(Life) and FINN 3273(Casualty)

**Actuarial Courses Offered in the Fall**

MATH 2428 |
Actuarial Science IA: First of two Preparatory courses for Actuarial Exam FM/2 |
Prerequisite: Math 1242 |

MATH 3122 |
Probability and Statistics I: First of two Preparatory courses for Actuarial Exam P/1 |
Prerequisite: Math 2241 |

MATH 3128 |
Actuarial Science IB: 2nd Preparatory course for Actuarial Exam FM/2 |
Prerequisite: Math 2428 |

MATH 3129 |
Actuarial Science IIA: First of two Preparatory course for Actuarial Exam MLC |
Prerequisite: Math 3122 & 3128 |

MATH 3050 (New) |
Topics in Math: Preparatory undergraduate course for Actuarial Exam MFE/3F |
Prerequisite: Math 3122 & 3128 |

MATH 6203 |
Stochastic Calculus for Finance: Preparatory graduate course for Actuarial Exam MFE/3F |

**Actuarial Courses Offered in the Spring**

MATH 2428 |
Actuarial Science IA: First of two Preparatory courses for Actuarial Exam FM/2 |
Prerequisite: Math 1242 |

MATH 3128 |
Actuarial Science IB: 2nd Preparatory course for Actuarial Exam FM/2 |
Prerequisite: Math 2428 |

MATH 3123 |
Probability and Statistics II: 2nd Preparatory courses for Actuarial Exam P/1 |
Prerequisite: Math 3122 |

MATH 4129 |
Actuarial Science IIB: 2nd Preparatory course for Actuarial Exam MLC |
Prerequisite: Math 3129 |

MATH 6203 |
Stochastic Calculus for Finance: Preparatory course for Actuarial Exam MFE/3F |

**Actuarial Exams Dates and Deadlines: Exams P, FM, MFE, and C**

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