The Illinois Actuarial Science Program offers an undergraduate curriculum that prepares students for professional or academic careers in the actuarial and risk management professions.
Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science
Graduation with distinction will be awarded on the basis of overall performance, including, e.g., grade-point average and the passing of professional actuarial exams.
Correlation between UI courses and professional actuarial exams
Although not part of the formal degree requirements, actuarial science students at both undergraduate and graduate levels who are planning to undertake an actuarial career should consider the taking of professional actuarial exams to be a core component of their preparation.
|Society of Actuaries||Casualty Actuarial Society||U of I|
|Exam P Probability||Exam 1 Probability||ASRM 401|
|Exam FM Financial Mathematics||Exam 2 Financial Mathematics||ASRM 210|
Investment and Financial Markets
Long-Term Actuarial Mathematics
Short-Term Actuarial Mathematics`
Statistics for Risk Modeling
|Modern Actuarial Statistics I||ASRM 409
|Modern Actuarial Statistics II||ASRM 461
Basics Techniques of Rate Making and Estimating Claim Liabilities
|Validation by Educational Experience|
|VEE - Corporate Finance||VEE - Corporate Finance||FIN 221 or FIN 321|
|VEE - Economics||VEE - Economics||ECON 102 and 103
ECON 302 and 303
|VEE - Mathematical Statistics||ASRM 402|