Through the Actuarial Science and Statistics program at the University of Central Missouri, high-achieving mathematics students like you will be prepared to use mathematics to predict the future in insurance, business and the economy. UCM’s program is recognized as a Universities and Colleges with Actuarial Programs—Advanced Curriculum (UCAP-AC) by the Society of Actuaries, making it the only one of its kind at a public institution in Missouri.
Through hands-on learning, you’ll expand your knowledge in mathematics, actuarial modeling, finance and economics. Your engaging learning experience at UCM will also provide you with opportunities to get involved in student organizations and service learning projects. You’ll be prepared for careers in actuarial science or statistics, which are consistently ranked among the top, highest paying jobs in America.
The Actuarial Science program at the University of Central Missouri will prepare you to earn the credentials you need to become a highly sought after professional actuary, capable of developing and communicating solutions for complex financial issues. Our 19-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio allows your professors to get to know you and to provide the personalized attention you deserve. You’ll learn from seasoned professionals, including a SOA-credentialed actuary with education, research and industry experience.
UCM’s program has met the eligibility requirements to be recognized as a Universities and Colleges with Actuarial Programs—Advanced Curriculum (UCAP-AC) by the Society of Actuaries - the only program of its kind offered at a public institution in Missouri. College Values Online also ranks the UCM program #19 among the best value actuarial science degrees.
As an actuarial science major, you’ll take courses in mathematics, probability, statistics, finance, economics and computer programming. While your studies may be challenging, you’ll have the student support services you need to succeed in the classroom and to pass your Society of Actuaries exams.
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Your degree in actuarial science could lead to careers at:
Andrew Stallman, an Assistant Actuary with Reinsurance Group of America in Chesterfield, Mo., says he always knew if he needed anything he could stop by one of his actuarial science professors’ offices. “I cannot stress enough how beneficial the accessibility of each of my professors was to my experience at UCM,” says Andrew. “I was also able to form bonds with fellow students that I maintain to this day.”
ANDREW STALLMANN, '11 ACTUARIAL SCIENCE
UCM Actuarial Science program is recognized by the Society of Actuaries and listed as an Undergraduate-Advanced program on the SOA website. UCM is one of approximately 60 universities in the United States to be in this top classification.