"What Can I Do With a Major in...Actuarial Science and Statistics?"
Why Major in Actuarial Science & Statistics?
A graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Actuarial Science and Statistics will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Develop an aptitude for problem solving and apply mathematical, statistical, and financial models in the actuarial and other applied fields.
- Be able to use a standard statistical software package to handle andmanage data, to create graphical displays, and to perform statistical analysis.
- Address the needs of society with a sense of professionalism, and develop the knowledge and skills to adapt to a dynamic multidisciplinary technological environment through teamwork, ethical concerns, and effective communication.
- Prepare for graduate study in actuarial science, statistics, or related fields.
- Establish a career in actuarial science, statistics, or related fields and prepare for entry-level positions in business, industry, government, or public education
- For Actuarial Science option, develop necessary knowledge and skills in order to successfully pass the first 4 actuarial exams.
Related Career Titles
Related Job Listing/Job Search Web Sites
Actuarial Grads Network
Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS)
Society of Actuaries (SOA)
American Academy of Actuaries (AAA)
American Society of Professional Pension Actuaries (ASPPA)
Conference of Consulting Actuaries (CCA)
UCM Student Orgainzation
Four-Year Academic Plan
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