Actuarial mathematics prepares students to become actuaries, who are professionals in assessing and managing the financial consequences of risk and uncertainty. The minor covers essential topics from actuarial mathematics.
Actuary has consistently been rated one of the top jobs around the world. Actuaries are always in demand, earn great starting salaries, and participate in high-level business decision-making and solve real problems in every industry. They find jobs in all industries such health care, insurance, investment banking and others.
Students enrolling in the actuarial mathematics minor should have normally completed a minimum of 30 credit hours of course work and be in good academic standing.
Students seeking a minor in actuarial mathematics must successfully complete the following requirements:
Courses used to satisfy the student’s degree program’s graduation requirements can be used towards meeting the requirements of the minor as follows:
The minor is open to all majors at AUS including business, engineering, sciences, social science and others.
Students pursuing two minors must meet the requirements of both minors. Courses used to satisfy the requirements of one minor can double count towards satisfying the requirements of the second minor provided that, at a minimum, 12 credit hours are not double counting.
Minor Requirements (9 credit hours)
Students must successfully complete the following courses:
Minor Electives (minimum of 3 credit hours)
Students must successfully complete a minimum of three credit hours in courses selected from the following list:
This information is taken from the 2022–2023 AUS Undergraduate Catalog. For more information on program requirements and course descriptions or for a different catalog year, please click here.