Actuarial Science

Businesses and organizations need actuaries to help them build their visions for the future and make smart choices about how they use their resources.

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Model risk and inform strategic decisions.

Can everything in the universe be expressed in math? Actuaries build mathematical models to account for the many risk factors organizations must consider when building strategy. Financial, logistical, and business risks all have to be carefully weighed against each other, and actuaries help paint a picture of the road ahead, with numbers and statistics.

Sponsors, Professors, and Experts

Our Actuarial Science degree was built with major input from Fortune 500 companies, prominent actuaries, and prominent academics.

Dr. Darren Mason

Michigan State University, Albion College

Darren Mason holds a PhD in Mechanics from the University of Minnesota. In addition, he completed his postdoctoral work in mathematical sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. He teaches Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science at Albion College, Michigan State, and abroad.

Dr. Charles Severance

University of Michigan

Charles Severance holds a PhD in Computer Science from Michigan State University. He is the world’s leading online CS educator; his online courses graduate thousands of students a week. His contributions and curriculum form the backbone of many of our technology majors

Chad Glenn

Chief Actuary, Central Mutual Insurance Company

Chad Glenn is the Chief Actuary at Central Mutual Insurance Company, and has almost 15 years of experience working as an actuary. Mr. Glenn also sits on the Advisory Board of the Actuarial Science program at Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne. He and his team at Central Mutual Insurance Company provided immensely valuable feedback on which Actuary exams the curriculum should prepare students for.

Facts Breakdown

Quick facts on the industry.

Why study Actuarial Science

This Actuarial Science degree was built from the ground up, totally updated and revamped from the traditional course of study, to teach skills needed for today’s tech-focused workplace.

Programming built-in

You’ll learn basic, practical computer programming skills that will set you apart in the labor force

Math and more

It’s not just math: be well-rounded with background in business, finance, and liberal arts.

What you'll learn.

Statistics and Probability

Computer programming

Economics

Risk Management

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