How much money should an insurance company charge a safe driver for coverage? Can a manufacturer reduce the chance a new location will be affected by climate change? Is a trendy new product likely to take off or fall flat? LVC’s Actuarial Science program will give you the mathematical and financial tools to answer questions key to running a successful business.
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In this major, you’ll gain technical expertise in mathematics, probability, statistics, economics, finance, and computer programming. You’ll also become skilled in speaking, writing, critical thinking, and cultural competency, paving your way to leadership. Our summer camp for rising high school seniors is perfect to find out if this career track is a good fit for you.
Set Up for Success
Experience to Build on
Our majors land paid summer internships in the actuarial industry, and many complete two or more. Local and national companies visit campus to recruit students—including many of the 100 firms that employ our graduates.
Actuarial Science Exam Readiness
Actuaries are credentialed through a series of exams offered by two professional bodies. Our curriculum covers nearly all the content required by both.
Imagine heading into senior year with a high-paying job offer in hand. Many of our alumni are presidents, vice presidents, and other executives at firms including Aetna, The Hartford, and ING. LVC actuarial science alumni are among the best actuaries in the country, holding prestigious credentials.
Stop Loss Actuary
Chief Product Actuary
Economic Capital Modeling Actuary
Vice President, Pricing
Chief Risk Officer
In Their Words
Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Clyde A. Lynch 283-C
Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Clyde A. Lynch 283-G