Actuarial Science and Mathematics (3 years) [BSc]

Year 1 Programme Structure

In the first year all course units are compulsory (a mandatory requirement) as listed below, totalling 120 credits.

For 2016/17 entry: Students who have an 'A' Level in Economics take ECON10081 and ECON10082; and students without 'A' Level Economics will take ECON10041 and ECON10042.

For 2017/18 entry: Students take ECON10221 Microeconomics 1and ECON10252 Macroeconomics 1 as listed below.

The first year includes an additional progression rule: For each of the following non compensatable course units (MATH10111, MATH10131, MATH10212 and MATH10232) you must achieve an overall average mark of 40% to pass the year and continue your studies.

Level 1 course units


Description Semester Requirement Credit Rating Level
ECON10221 - Microeconomics 1 1 Mandatory 10 1
MATH10111 - Foundations of Pure Mathematics B 1 Mandatory 15 1
MATH10131 - Calculus and Vectors B 1 Mandatory 15 1
MATH10141 - Probability 1 1 Mandatory 10 1
MATH10951 - Financial Mathematics for Actuarial Science 1 1 Mandatory 10 1
ECON10252 - Macroeconomics 1 2 Mandatory 10 1
MATH10212 - Linear Algebra B 2 Mandatory 15 1
MATH10232 - Calculus and Applications B 2 Mandatory 15 1
MATH10242 - Sequences and Series 2 Mandatory 10 1
MATH10282 - Introduction to Statistics 2 Mandatory 10 1
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