MS Actuarial Science – Careers
What Can I Do With a Master of Science in Actuarial Science Degree?
In a comparison of 250 careers by The Jobs Rated Almanac – whose criteria included work environment, income, stress level, security, physical demands and employment opportunities – actuarial science was ranked as the “number one job” in the nation.
Actuaries solve problems in insurance, finance and other related fields by applying practical and theoretical knowledge of mathematics and business techniques. In this increasingly more necessary field, you might help determine rates and premiums on insurance policies, or forecast future events that could affect insurance programs. Some actuaries work with consulting firms, giving advice to corporations about their insurance and pension programs. Others are employed by government agencies, corporations and universities. Most actuaries specialize in life and health insurance, property and liability insurance or pension plans.
Office of Career and Professional Development
We are here to help graduate students navigate their way through the process of seeking meaningful and valuable career experiences, including internships, service opportunities, and part-time and full-time positions. Our team helps you develop a resume and cover letters, conduct mock interviews and contemplate your future career choices. We also offer ongoing professional development workshops and events.
The Office of Career and Professional Development team works closely with faculty to identify specific strategies for employment in yourtargeted industry. Expect a personalized experience as we support you in finding your niche in your chosen field.Learn More About The Office of Career and Professional Development