First Year (Freshman)

Fall Semester (Harper College)

  • ENG 101^ (Composition I) 3 credits
  • MTH 103^ (College Algebra) 3 credits
  • Humanities/Fine Arts (Choose from the Humanities/Fine Arts courses in the AS degree) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective (Choose from the Major Discipline and Transfer Electives in the AS degree) 3 credits
  • Physical & Life Science (1 Life Science and 1 Physical Science course - one with a Lab) 3-4 credits

Spring Semester (Harper College)

  • ENG 102^ (Composition II) 3 credits
  • MTH 140^ (Pre-Calculus) 5 credits
  • ECO 211^ (Microeconomics) 3 credits
  • Humanities/Fine Arts (Choose from the Humanities/Fine Arts courses in the AS degree) 3 credits
  • Physical & Life Science (1 Life Science and 1 Physical Science course - one with a Lab) 3-4 credits

Second Year (Sophomore)

Fall Semester (Harper College)

  • MTH 200^ (Calculus with Analytic Geometry I) 5 credits
  • ECO 212^ (Macroeconomics) 3 credits
  • CSC 121 (Computer Science I) 4 credits
  • SPE 101 (Fundamentals of Speech Communication) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Harper College)

  • MTH 201^ (Calculus with Analytic Geometry II) 5 credits
  • Social/Behavioral Science (Choose from the Social and Behavioral Sciences in the AS degree - not Economics) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective (Not CDV, CWE, DIT, ECO 115, ORN, PED. PSY 106, 107, 108, CIS 100 OR 101 Recommended) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective (Not CDV, CWE, DIT, ECO 115, ORN, PED. PSY 106, 107, 108, CIS 100 OR 101 Recommended) 3 credits

Third Year (Junior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • TRS 101* (Transfer Success Course) 1 credit
  • ACSC 347^ (Probability & Statistics I) 3 credits
  • ACSC 367^ (Financial Mathematics) 3 credits
  • MATH 233 (Calculus III) 3 credits
  • ACSC 101 (Actuarial Career) 1 credit
  • ACCT 210^ (Principles of Accounting I) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ACSC 246^ (Linear Algebra) 3 credits
  • ACSC 380^ (Actuarial Science Seminar) 3 credits
  • MATH 448 (Probability & Statistics II) 3 credits
  • FIN 301^ (Money & Banking) 3 credits
  • Minor/Supporting Sequence (Choose from: BIOL, CHEM, PHYS OR PSYC - CST Recommended) 3 credits

Fourth Year (Senior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • MATH 409 (Data Mining) 3 credits
  • MATH 449 (Regression & Time Series) 3 credits
  • Minor/Supporting Sequence (Choose from: BIOL, CHEM, PHYS OR PSYC - CST Recommended) 3 credits
  • FIN 311^ (Business Finance) 3 credits
  • Minor/Supporting Sequence (Choose from: BIOL, CHEM, PHYS OR PSYC - CST Recommended) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ACSC 390^* (Industrial Research Problems of another CORE Experiential Learning Course) 3 credits
  • Minor/Supporting Sequence (Choose from: BIOL, CHEM, PHYS OR PSYC - CST Recommended) 3 credits
  • FIN 321^ (Investments) 3 credits
  • FIN 387 or FIN Elective^ (Derivative Securities or Approved 300 level FIN course) 3 credits
  • Minor/Supporting Sequence (Choose from: BIOL, CHEM, PHYS OR PSYC - CST Recommended) 3 credits

Fifth Year (Senior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • MATH 446 or 447 (Stochastic Processes/Advanced Probability) 3 credits
  • MATH 430 (Numerical Analysis) 3 credits
  • MATH Elective (Cognate Area) 3 credits
  • MATH Elective (Cognate Area) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • MATH 457 (ANOVA and Experimental Design) 3 credits
  • MATH 4XX Elective 3 credits
  • MATH 4XX Elective 3 credits
  • MATH Elective (Cognate Area) 3 credits

*TRS 101 -Transfer Success Course (waived with transfer of 90 credit hours or more)

*CORE Experiential Learning Course - determined by major

~=Grade of C or better required

ACSC Electives and Minor/Supporting Sequence: one course should be a RU CORE Experiential Learning Course, see RU Advisor.

Choose from: ACSC 309, 323, 328, 339, 369, 370, 378, 380, 389, 390 and 395 or advisor approved elective.

Please note that with the transfer of an  AS degree all Roosevelt University general education core requirements are completed unless a pre-requisite general education course is needed for the major.