Feb 23, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Actuarial Science Minor

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Program: Minor
Department of Mathematical Sciences  
College of Arts and Sciences

Kettler Hall 200 ~ 260-481-6821

Your selection of courses should be appropriate for your major.  This minor  program must be approved by the Math Department’s program review committee.

Declaring this Minor:

Program Requirements:

  • The catalog term for the minor will match that of your major degree program
  • At least 6 credits must be earned as resident credit at the 200+ level or above
  • You must earn a grade of C- or higher for all courses required in the minor
  • A minor is not awarded if requirements are not completed by the time your major degree is certified for graduation
  • You must complete a two Calculus course sequence (MA 16500/16600 or MA 22900/23000)
  • You must complete coursework leading to two actuarial exams
  • You must complete coursework required for one Validation by Educational Experience
  • You must have an overall GPA of 2.3 or higher in all courses included in the minor
  • No more than one grade as low as C- will be accepted in this minor


Courses Leading to Society of Actuaries Exams: Credits 6-9

Choose two from the following list:

Exam FM: (Financial Mathematics)

Exam IFM: (Investments & Financial Markets)

Validation by Educational Experience (VEE): Credits 3-6

Choose one topic from the following list:

Sample Minor Programs:

Total Credits: 15-21

Student Responsibility

You are responsible for satisfying the graduation requirements specified for your selected program.  Thus, it is essential that you develop a thorough understanding of the required courses, academic policies and procedures governing your academic career.  All requests for exceptions to specific requirements must be made in writing and may be granted only by written approval from the appropriate chair or dean.

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