The analysis of risk

Whether your actuarial science career is in the realm of insurance or finance or even criminal justice, to be an actuary is to help others avoid unnecessary risk. Our program will prepare you for The Society of Actuaries Exams P and FM by giving you a strong liberal arts foundation with a Christian emphasis.

Sample Careers
  • Statistical Assistant
  • Actuary
  • Financial Manager
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Program Overview

This is an intense field, and it takes a lot of work and dedication to prepare you for your Society of Actuaries Exams. That’s why it’s an incredible benefit to you that our program consists of small class sizes to maximize the personal attention you get from your professors. It really makes all the difference, and will get you where you need to go quicker.

The program itself encompasses a three-part curriculum that includes a liberal arts core, a business common body of knowledge, and a specialization in actuarial science. So in addition to classes like Econometrics, International Business, and Linear Algebra and Differential Equations, you’ll round out your education with classes in literature, history, and theology.

Add on a graduate degree

Earn an MBA (Master of Business Administration) with your bachelor's degree in our MBA Fast-Track program. In just five years, earn two college degrees. Enhance your skillsets and your value when you enter the workforce after college graduation. Plus, you will save on tuition when you take your first graduate business courses as an undergraduate. 

What to Expect

Yes, it’s demanding. But it’s incredibly rewarding as well. High school students are encouraged to get as many AP credits as you can before you begin the actuarial science program. Once you’re in the program, we strongly encourage you to take (and pass, obviously) your SOA Exams P and FM while you’re still in college. It’s especially important for you to pass your Exam P before or during your junior year, because it’s the only way you’ll be able to secure an actuarial science internship.

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