College of Science and Health > Academics > Mathematical Sciences > Undergraduate > Actuarial Science (BS)
Actuaries analyze the financial consequences of risk and uncertainty. As an actuarial science major at DePaul, you will learn to interpret statistics to determine probabilities of accidents, sickness, death and the loss of property from theft and natural disasters.
Actuarial science students draw upon mathematics, statistics and financial theory to learn to do the following:
of Actuarial Science graduates were employed, continuing their education or not seeking employment after graduation.
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Students graduating with an Actuarial Science degree usually work in:
One of our strengths is the extensive network of DePaul graduates with successful careers in the industry, both in Chicago and across the nation.
We have a very active and diverse Actuarial Science club that hosts a variety of industry informational sessions and recruiting events, as well as frequent study groups and other activities. To connect with them, visit their
website, where you can access their calendar of events, sample curricula for all Actuarial Science degrees and concentrations offered at DePaul, actuarial faculty bios, alumni testimonials, and much more.
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