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Actuarial Science Concentration

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Master the conceptual framework used to measure and report an organization's financial risk by choosing the Accounting: Actuarial Science online program from Ottawa University. By studying in this actuarial science online program concentration, you’ll learn how to communicate with internal and external stakeholders; develop your problem solving, decision-making, and systems analysis skills; and plan within financial, economic, managerial, and technological contexts. You’ll also gain a foundation in economics and business ethics.

In addition to core Accounting classes, the actuarial science program concentration covers probability and statistics, stochastic processes and risk models, forecasting, micro and macro economics, and more.

Why Ottawa University for your Accounting degree?

For almost 150 years, Ottawa University has educated students for lifetimes of enlightened faith, exemplary service, inspired leadership, and personal growth and significance. Today, we remain an inclusive learning community grounded in faith and focused on the career needs of the future.

As an Accounting major at Ottawa University, you will collaborate with and draw upon the expertise and support of faculty members and ministry professionals who are dedicated to your success.

For more information on our Accounting program, or any of our online degree programs, contact us today.

Actuarial Science Concentration Courses

A concentration consists of a minimum of four courses, of which at least 12 semester credits must be upper division. See the course catalog for more information regarding concentrations.
As an Accounting Major, the following Actuarial Science concentration courses are required:

  • Accounting for Business Operations
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Money and Banking
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • Linear Algebra
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Calculus III
  • Probability
  • Inferential Statistics
  • Quantitative Methods In Business
  • Principles of Marketing
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