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Actuarial Science Concentration

Apply your aptitude in mathematics to a challenging career in actuarial science

Enroll today in the Mathematics Bachelor of Science program with an Actuarial Science Concentration.

"Actuarial science is the most valuable college major, according to a Bankrate.com study of 162 degrees."

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The actuarial profession is one of the most respected, well-compensated and rewarding fields today. It is consistently rated as one of the best jobs in America based on factors such as job environment, salary, employment outlook, stress level and growth opportunities. The Actuarial Science program at the University of Saint Joseph will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to meeting the demands of an actuarial career. You will be prepared to pass actuarial exams and stand out as a candidate for summer internships.

Actuaries are professionals trained in mathematics, statistics, economics and finance to solve problems involving long-term financial impacts on future events. Their skills are greatly valued by organizations that need to quantify financial risks. Actuaries are in high demand and are most commonly employed in the insurance, financial services and health care industries, as well as in government agencies.

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"The actuarial science concentration has helped me tremendously during my time at USJ. In less than two years, I have been able to experience and learn many things about this profession both in and out of the classroom. One thing that stuck out was the opportunity to attend the CT IFS Actuarial boot camp this past summer."

-Noah Fitzgerald '22

It is a multi-faceted degree that brings together mathematics, statistics, computer science, economics, and finance.

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