Financial Mathematics Minor

The Financial Mathematics minor (MFIN) provides students with the fundamentals of risk and financial modeling. Additionally, students will be well-prepared to take the first two Society of Actuaries (SOA) exams: Exam P, Probability and Exam FM, Financial Math. To earn a minor in Financial Mathematics students must complete a total of sixteen (16) credits. Students will also be required to complete the three (3) pre-requisite courses (12 credits) prior to entering the required course sequence. The Financial Mathematics minor is not available to Applied Mathematics majors.

Course Title Credits
Prerequisite Courses
MATH1750ENGINEERING CALCULUS I4
MATH1850ENGINEERING CALCULUS II4
MATH2100PROBABILITY & STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS4
Total Credits12
Course Title Credits
Core Requirements
MATH1950FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS4
MATH2250TIME SERIES4
MATH4475ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS4
Select one of the following Economics courses:
ECON4102PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS4
ECON4152MACROECONOMICS4
ECON4154MICROECONOMICS4
Total Credits:16