Actuarial Science and Mathematics (3 years) [BSc]

Year 1 Programme Structure

In the first year all course units are compulsory (= mandatory) as listed below, totalling 120 credits. Students take 100 credits of MATH course units, plus ECON10221 (Microeconomics 1) and 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 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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