About the Actuarial Science Undergraduate Minor Program
Contact: Dr. Alexandre Trindade, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, 806.834.6164, email@example.com, or Dr. Lih-Ing Roeger, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, 806.834.6265, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The interdisciplinary minor in actuarial science builds a foundation for students interested in a profession that provides advice and solutions for business and societal problems involving economic risk. To secure an entry-level position, a prospective actuary is expected to have passed several society (CAS/SOA) exams, as well as have acquired validation through education experience (VEE) credits in three areas: applied statistical methods, corporate finance, and economics. The varied courses in this interdisciplinary minor prepare students for most of these entry requirements.