MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Actuarial Science Program

Welcome

Whether you are a current or prospective student, a potential employer or just a friend of the program, this website will provide you with information you need about the actuarial science (AS) program at MSU. Although our AS undergraduate major was just established in 2012, it is already becoming known for delivering quality education and academic research, and is receiving increased attention from potential employers, academics and students. Because of its interdisciplinary nature, the program is housed in and supported by both the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Statistics and Probability in the College of Natural Science.

Please feel free to explore the site to get the latest news and information about the exciting things happening in the program. If there is something that you cannot find, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

Again, welcome and enjoy!

(L to R): Keith Promislow, mathematics department chair; Kevin Clinton, Actuarial Science Program director; and Yimin Xiao, statistics and probability interim department chair, visit during the recent Simon Actuarial Simon Lecture.
(L to R): Keith Promislow, current mathematics department chair; Kevin Clinton, former Actuarial Science Program director; and Yimin Xiao, statistics and probability former department chair, visit during the 2016 Simon Actuarial Simon Lecture.

 

Spotlight

New book published from MSU Actuarial faculty
August 1, 2018
New book published from MSU Actuarial faculty

The Actuarial program at MSU is excited to announce a new scholarly work on the connections between actuarial science and mathematical finance. Edited by Albert Cohen.

October 27, 2016
2016 Simon Lecture
Alumni and students applaud Simon Actuarial Science Lecture
November 16, 2015
Alumni and students applaud Simon Actuarial Science Lecture

Stephen Mildenhall, Global CEO of Analytics for Aon, was the keynote speaker at the fourth Ronald H. and Mary E. Simon Actuarial Science Lecture on Nov. 13.