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University of Regina


Name of actuarial science program

  • Bachelor of Science with a major in Actuarial Science


The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is one of six departments in the Faculty of Science at the University of Regina. It offers a variety of undergraduate programs, but there are three main areas of focus: mathematics, statistics, and actuarial science. These three disciplines form the basis of interdisciplinary programs such as Biology and Statistics, Economics and Statistics, and Mathematics and Mathematics Education.

University of Regina Mandatory Courses for recognized degree

For a degree to be recognized by the CIA, a student must successfully complete the following mandatory courses:

Course Course title
STAT 251 Introduction to Probability
STAT 351 Intermediate Probability
ACSC/STAT 116 Mathematics of Finance I
ACSC/STAT 216 Mathematics of Finance II
ECON 201 Introductory Microeconomics
BUS 285 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ECON 202 Introductory Macroeconomics
BUS 285 Introduction to Financial Accounting
BUS 395 Finance: Theory and Application
ACSC316 Mathematics of Finance III
ACSC/STAT 217 Introduction to Actuarial Mathematics
ACSC/STAT 317 Actuarial Models I
ACSC419 Estimation and Selection of Actuarial Models
ACSC318 Actuarial Models II
ACSC417 Introduction to Casualty Insurance and Credibility
ACSC/STAT 300 Statistical Learning and Predictive Modeling
STAT 252 Introduction to Statistical Inference
ACSC/STAT 418 Time Series Analysis and Forecasting
ACSC 456 Applied Stochastic Processes
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