If you are considering a career in risk assessment for insurance, business and other industries, equip yourself for success with Truman's actuarial science minor.
Pursue a Career as an Actuary
When you pursue an actuarial science minor, you will take classes in economics, mathematics, and statistics to prepare you for the first two actuarial exams, which serve as the gateway into the profession.
Check out our actuarial flowchart for more details on prerequisites.
Improve Your Marketability
Small Classes & Individual Attention
No graduate teaching assistants here.
Truman's 16:1 faculty-to-student ratio means you'll be working one-on-one with full-time professors. You'll find your instructors are more available and experienced than many at larger institutions, and our intimate class sizes ensure you'll get the one-on-one instruction you need to succeed.
Outside the classroom, join a lively community of learners, collaborating with students and faculty in research, consulting for Truman's Center for Applied Statistics and Evaluation, or joining a student group like the Society of Actuaries.
The Actuarial profession is consistently ranked as a top-rated job(http://www.beanactuary.com/about/best_job.cfm). Most practicing actuaries today have a degree in Math, Actuarial Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Finance or Economics. The Actuarial Science Minor consists of the coursework needed to pursue this profession. Presented by Graham Royer & Chandra Miller Buck Consultants Thursday, March 6, 3:30 VH 1000 […]
Congratulations to Chris Van Boening and Molly Dieckman for recently accepting positions as Actuaries. Chris will be with Kemper and Molly will be with Towers Watson, both of St. Louis.