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Programs

The Department of Mathematics offers the following programs:

Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Mathematics

Actuaries analyze risks and helps companies make decisions to manage those risks in the most beneficial way. The B.S. in Actuarial Mathematics provides the analytical and communication skills that graduates need to become an actuary or work in actuarial-related fields such as insurance, pensions, banking, and other financial service organizations.

NOTE: Students in both the Applied Mathematics and Statistics and Actuarial Mathematics majors take the same core courses during their first two years at Bryant, so they have the flexibility to switch from one program to the other in their junior year.

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Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and Statistics 

Mathematics and statistics are part of daily life, but they are also the foundation for a wide range of careers. Whether you want to analyze marketing data, administer an auction, or work in government, the Applied Mathematics and Statistics major provides students with a range of skills and broad knowledge required to solve real-world problems through the application of mathematical principles. Students who major in Applied Mathematics and Statistics also have the opportunity to earn SAS certification in data mining. 

NOTE: Students in both the Applied Mathematics and Statistics and Actuarial Mathematics majors take the same core courses during their first two years at Bryant, so they have the flexibility to switch from one program to the other in their junior year.  

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Minor in Actuarial Mathematics

The minor focuses on the application of actuarial mathematics to banking, investments, insurance, and pensions. Students learn advanced concepts in the mathematics of finance. Course work is required in statistics and actuarial mathematics, and electives are chosen from finance, economics, and computer programming.

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Minor in Applied Statistics

Many disciplines are dependent on the information provided by statistics. The minor in Applied Statistics gives students a deeper understanding of the principles of statistics and enhance their ability to solve more complex quantitative problems. (The Applied Statistics minor is not open to actuarial mathematics majors.)

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Minor in Mathematics

Mathematical and analytical skills are applicable to all fields. Students who minor in mathematics will focus on problem solving. Many of the courses emphasize the use of technology and include various computer software programs that may not be covered in other courses. (The Mathematics minor is not open to actuarial mathematics majors.)

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