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B.S. in Actuarial Science

Otterbein University Course Catalogs

2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 28, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Business Analytics (BS)


Minimum required credit hours: 120
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GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (37-40 hrs)


Integrative and Experiential Core

  • First Year (FYS) or Transition Year Seminar (TYS)
  • Integrative Studies (INST)
  • Senior Year Experience (SYE)

Discipline-Based Skills Development

  • Mathematics
  • Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Series (LFW)
  • Skills Development
    • Oral/Written Communication
    • Language Proficiency
    • Laboratory and Experimental Design

Writing Intensive

     See General Education Requirements  for specifics.

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (64 hrs)


RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT


In order to graduate from any university a student should take a significant portion of the hours for his or her program of study from that university, take a significant proportion of hours in the major from that university, and take a significant proportion of the “signature elements” of that university’s general education requirements.

At Otterbein, at least 36 credit hours of coursework must be taken in Otterbein classes. MATH 0900 cannot be used to help fulfill this requirement.  Of these hours:

  • at least 9 credit hours must be taken in each of a student’s majors at the 3000 level or above,
  • at least 5 credit hours (any level) must be taken in each minor, and
  • at least one INST 2XXX thread course, INST 3XXX, and an SYE course must be taken at Otterbein.

REQUIRED TOTAL HOURS FOR DEGREE (120)



If the coursework taken to fulfill the General Education Requirements and the requirements in your major do not equal 120 credit hours, select a sufficient number of electives to achieve that total.

MINIMUM GPA


A GPA of 2.0 overall as well as in the major must be achieved.

APPLICATION FOR DEGREE


A prospective graduate must complete an Application for Degree with the Office of the Registrar one term prior to the term in which the degree is to be completed.