Students who complete a required set of mathematics and statistics classes as part of a 20-credit degree program will earn professionally-recognized certificates.
Certificate in Actuarial and Financial Mathematics
This program addresses many of the learning objectives and fundamental mathematical and statistical skills required for an actuarial career. It prepares students to work in financial institutions where modeling, quantitative risk analysis, asset management, life contingencies, insurance assessment, and other complex financial calculations are required.
Certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics
This program develops the core mathematical and computational skills required in science, government and industry. You can apply this certification to everything from mathematical modeling to operations research to cryptography and software development.