# Actuarial Science

The Mathematics Department also offers a program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a concentration in Actuarial Science. Students wishing admission to this program must have completed Mathematics 30 with at least a grade of B. At the discretion of the Department Chair or program coordinator, students who have received a C or C+ in Mathematics 30 may be conditionally admitted to the program, but they must receive at least a grade of B in Mathematics 40. Retention in the program requires at least a B grade in all Mathematics courses and an overall average of at least a B in the remaining suggested courses.

The following, in addition to all requirements for the Mathematics major, are recommended:

- Mathematics 136, 141 and 142
- Computer Science 101, 112, 117 and 118 (knowledge of programming in C/C+ is essential)
- Economics 1, 2, 101 and 102
- Accounting 101
- Marketing 101 - Introduction to operations research and mathematical theory of interest are also recommended.