Students are encouraged to take electives from the list ofSecondary Teaching

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Students are encouraged to take electives from the list of Secondary Teaching courses above. Interested students should consult their advisor about opportunities for tutoring secondary school students, serving as a teaching assistant, or other relevant volun- tary Clinical Experiences. Professional Education Requirements: C&I 212, 214, 216; EAF 228 or 231 or 235; PSY 215; Student Teaching 399. Submission of senior portfolio (see advisor). Suggested Mathematics Schedules for Teacher Certification Sequence Majors: Schedule (a) Students beginning with Precalculus Schedule (b) Students beginning with Calculus I Schedule (c) Accelerated schedule for honors students or those preparing for graduate school Semester (a) (b) (c) 1 144 145 145 2 145 146, 223 146, 223 3 146, 223 147 147 4 147 175, 211 175, 260 5 175, 260 250, 260 211, 250 Actuarial Science Sequence: This sequence of the major is designed to teach the stu- dents the mathematical foundations of actuarial science, and to prepare them for careers as actuaries in a variety of fields dealing with the risk of potential financial losses, such as life insurance, health insurance, financial risk man- agement, property/casualty/liability insurance, pensions, or employee benefits. 67 hours required. Required courses: MAT 145, 146, 147, 175, 280, 350, 351, 353, 380, 383, 384; ACC 131, 132; ECO 105; FIL 242, 250, 341; ITK 168. Submission of senior portfolio (see actuarial advisor). Students are encouraged to take MAT 298 (profes- sional internship) MAT 283 (actuarial computing) and intensive reviews for actuarial examinations offered through the ISU Conferencing Unit.
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C A S 211 Mathematics Suggested Mathematics Schedules for Actuarial Science Majors: Schedule (a) Students beginning with Precalculus Schedule (b) Students beginning with Calculus I Schedule (c) Accelerated schedule for honors students or those preparing for graduate school Semester (a) (b) (c) 1 144 145 145 2 145 146 146 3 146 147 147, 175 4 147 175, 280 280, 350 5 175, 350 350 351, 380, 383 6 280, 351 351 384 7 353, 380, 383 353, 380, 383 353 8 384 384 Open Required courses in the Actuarial Science Sequence (outlined above) provide the contents of the Society of Actu- aries examinations P, FM, M and C, or the Casualty Actuari- al Society examinations 1, 2, 3 and 4, as well as complete VEE requirements. Courses correspond to professional actu- arial examinations as follows: SOA exam P (same as CAS exam 1): MAT 350 SOA exam FM (same as CAS exam 2): MAT 280 SOA exam M : MAT 380, MAT 383 SOA exam C (same as CAS exam 4): MAT 384 CAS exam 3 : MAT 351, MAT 380, MAT 383 VEE Statistics: MAT 353 VEE Economics: ECO 105 VEE Finance: FIL 242 and FIL 341 Statistics Sequence: This sequence of the major is designed to prepare stu- dents for statistical work in industry and government. In addition to learning the mathematical foundation in statis- tics, the students will get experience in at least two cognate areas of application of statistics from Biometrics, Econo- metrics, and Psychometrics. This will allow the students to experience many fields of statistical applications and select a field of their choice for a career.
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  • Fall '15
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  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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