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Actuarial Science Minor

Responding to an educational need in the local business environment, the Barney School officially launched the Actuarial Science Minor in the fall semester of 2009. That need was validated when 10 students immediately signed up for the program when the expectation was that 5 students would sign up. The students were drawn from all class levels; Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and Senior.

Society of Actuaries, Candidate Connect Event
This is a reminder that the Society of Actuaries Candidate Connect is coming to Hartford, CT on April 11, 2014. Please register early as only a limited number of seats are available. The event is free of charge for students.  Build your professional network by connecting with working actuaries, fellow candidates and local actuarial community. If you have any questions, please send an email to lei@hartford.edu.

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Actuarial Science Minor: Barney Students 12 Credits

Required Courses:

  • AC 210 Financial Accounting [3]
  • M 360 Probability Theory [3]
  • FIN 310 Business Finance [3]
  • FIN 580 Financial Mathematics [3]

Note: Barney students doing the Actuarial Science Minor can choose to use ACT 480, Internship in Actuarial Science, for their Barney required internship.


Actuarial Science Minor: Non-Barney Students
15 Credits

Required Courses:

  • EC 101 Introduction to Economics [3]
  • AC 210 Financial Accounting [3]
  • M 360 Probability Theory [3]
  • FIN 310 Business Finance [3]
  • FIN 580 Financial Mathematics [3]

NOTES:
- All the required and elective courses for the minors must be  taken for a letter grade.
- Student must have a 3.0 overall GPA and maintain at least a  3.0 GPA for courses in the actuarial science minor.
- Courses cannot be double counted between 2 or more minors, students must take unique courses.


Faculty Advisor

 Dr. Yu Lei, lei@hartford.edu, Associate Professor of Insurance

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