You may get a thrill from taking risks, but most businesses don’t. With the Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science degree from Trine University, you can make a career out of helping determine how much risk is acceptable.
Actuaries analyze future events to help businesses and government institutions manage risk and uncertainty. In these uncertain times, there is more demand for actuaries than ever.
Actuarial Science, Business & Management
4 years | Full time
The Bachelor of science in Actuarial Science curriculum requires the completion of 44 hours of course work in addition to the 76 general education and additional hours for a total of 120 credit hours. The following courses are required for the actuarial science major:
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Only one is required
Admit: GPA 3.0 and above for engineering majors.
Conditional Admit: GPA 2.75 and above for engineering majors.
ACT and SAT recommended but not required.
President’s : GPA 3.9 $16,000/year
Distinguished: GPA 3.75 $14,000/year
Dean’s: GPA 3.5 $13,000/year
University Scholarship: GPA 3.2 $11,000/year
Discovery Award: GPA 2.85 $8,000/year