The major in actuarial science requires 59 hours and leads to a bachelor of science degree. Below are two sample eight semester plans for the major, combined with the recommended "Foundations of Business for Actuarial Science and Mathematics Majors" minor, which will fulfill most of your Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) requirements. The "Regular Track" plan provides a solid foundation in the mathematics and business education that you need to become an actuary and become prepared to take the professional exams. The "Fast Track" plan includes everything course-wise Ball State has to offer the actuarial student. Click here for a list of required courses.Sample Eight Semester Schedule - Actuarial Science (Fast Track).Completes:
Plan includes recommended timing to sit for specific actuarial exams.
Sample Eight Semester Schedule - Actuarial Science (Regular Track).Completes:
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