Actuarial Concentration in Mathematics
This program is designed to prepare students for careers in insurance, risk analysis, pension management, financial planning, and other related areas. The actuarial concentration can be combined with either the Bachelor of Arts (BA) or the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mathematics.
In addition to the BA and BS requirements, students seeking an actuarial concentration in mathematics must take the following courses:
- MATH 30603 (Interest Theory)
- MATH 30803 (Probability)
- MATH 30853 (Statistics)
- MATH 40603 (Actuarial Mathematics)
The following additional courses outside the Department of Mathematics are also required:
- ACCT 20353 (Fundamentals of Accounting I)
- ACCT 40163 (Fundamentals of Accounting II)
- ECON 10223 (Introductory Microeconomics)
- ECON 10233 (Introductory Macroeconomics)
- ECON 30223 (Intermediate Microeconomics)
- ECON 30233 (Intermediate Macroeconomics)
- FINA 30153 (Financial Management)
All actuarial students need to work closely with an adviser to plan course schedules.
Students seeking the BA degree are advised to consider a minor in economics.
The TCU Department of Mathematics also offers a minor in actuarial mathematics.
For more information, contact
Director of Mathematics Actuarial Program
TCU Box 298900
Fort Worth, TX 76129