|The actuarial science major covers core actuarial disciplines through courses in probability and statistics, interest theory, financial economics, life contingencies and loss models. The program also exposes students to real business through a practicum course, professional information sessions, and seminars.
||The mathematics major provides students with analytical and logical training necessary for many diverse professions. Students can choose from six areas of study (tracks): theoretical, honors, finanicial, education, biology, and applied (chemistry and physics options).
||The IMME is an innovative program designed to prepare students with high-level skills in both Mathematics and English stressing an integrated, complementary mastery of these disciplines. The IMME equips majors not only for employment and graduate school, but for long-term career success.
|Students may encounter difficulties scheduling classes. View different resources about scheduling math courses at OSU, including course progression charts and instructions to repeate a course.
||Navigate the career opportunities availble to students studying mathematics. Majors can utilize resources to find internship and job availabilities before and after graduation.
||Students can find information about academic advising and additional resources such as,
- Applying for Graduation
- Course/Semester Withdraws
- Majors Returning to OSU
- Math Study Resources
- Satisfactory Academic Progress