May 20, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018

Business Administration Minor, Actuarial Track


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(counted as Minor in Business Administration)

Mathematics majors who wish to enhance their job marketability and improve their resumes may select one of the following Mathematics Career Tracks. Students earn a minor in a related field upon completion of their chosen track.

Actuarial Track
Students who complete the following 18 hours earn an Actuarial career track in preparation for becoming a certified actuary. A student completing the Actuarial Track will earn a minor in Business Administration.

Required Math Courses:


(will count toward the Mathematics major)

Suggested Additional Courses


Total: 18 Hours


* Course will only be accepted if transferred into Belmont.

Mathematics Placement Test


Placement into Mathematics courses will be determined by the student’s Math ACT or Math SAT scores. Alternatively, students may take the Belmont Math placement exam, which is available on-line to all incoming first-year and transfer students during Towering Traditions. Math faculty members will be available to advise students about their Math courses during Towering Traditions, as well.

Questions about which courses taken at other colleges and universities may be substituted for Math requirements at Belmont should be directed to the chairperson of the Department of Mathematics/Computer Science or the associate dean of the School of Sciences.

Teaching Mathematics


Students who are interested in teaching mathematics at the postsecondary level, doing professional research in mathematics, or certain mathematics-related careers in industry will need to pursue a graduate degree in the field. The following recommendations will help prepare such a student for the rigors of graduate study. [Some substitutions to the suggested list may be appropriate for some students - please check with an advisor]

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