What you can do with a major in nursing

In the Aurora University actuarial science program, you'll not only acquire the knowledge and skills you need to be a professional actuary, but also gain real-world experience so that you can put your education to work in a fulfilling career.

We start with a rigorous curriculum in mathematics, economics, accounting and business, where you'll hone your research, analysis and critical thinking skills. Then, through your recommended professional internship, you'll work alongside practicing actuaries, learn the ins and outs of the field and see for yourself how actuarial science is put into action.

Recommended for students who have a strong interest in math, business and problem solving.

POTENTIAL CAREER TITLES

Prepare for potential careers as a(n):

  • Actuarial Analyst
  • Actuarial Associate
  • Actuarial Technician
  • Budget Analyst
  • Business Analyst
  • Claims Adjustor
  • FBI/CIA Analyst
  • Financial Analyst
  • Insurance Underwriter
  • Pension Analyst
  • Research Analyst

Potential careers for graduates with additional education or experience:

  • Actuary
  • Educator/Professor
  • Investment Banker
  • Pension Consultant
  • Personal Finance Advisor
  • Risk Manager

CAREER PLANNING AND JOB SEARCH RESOURCES

CAMPUS OPPORTUNITIES

Student organizations:

  • Mathematical Sciences Association
  • Student Accounting Society

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT CAREER SERVICES:

630-844-5403 | career@aurora.edu | aurora.edu/career
Eckhart Hall, Room 316