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Actuarial Science and Finance

Invest in your future: experience the double advantage of Erskine and Clemson.

Enjoy the advantages of both Erskine College and Clemson University through our dual degree program in finance and actuarial science. Erskine offers strong academics, coupled with a close-knit community where students are known and supported by faculty and staff. At Clemson, you will experience the advantages of a well-respected state school, including resources for research, internship opportunities, and employment connections.

You can earn two degrees in five years through the dual degree program, completing three years at Erskine and two at Clemson. At Erskine, you will earn a B.A. in Mathematics, and at Clemson, you will complete a B.S. in Mathematical Sciences with an emphasis area in Actuarial Science/Financial Math. This emphasis area will diversify your skill set, preparing you to enter fields such as business, finance, economics, banking, and insurance. Your knowledge of statistics will also prepare you for careers in the field of risk management.

Here are some career roles you can prepare for:

  • Actuary
  • Applied Mathematician
  • Budget Analyst
  • Cyber Analytics Specialist
  • Data Scientist
  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Risk Manager
  • Financial Planner
  • Financial Advisor
  • Investment Banking Analyst
  • Mutual Fund Trader
  • Rate Analyst
  • Risk Analyst Specialist
  • Sales Analyst
  • Statistician Stockbroker
  • Technology Analyst

Kokou Yano Abalo

Dr. & Mrs. James Rogers Young Professor of Mathematics
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Catherine White

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
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Art Gorka

Professor of Mathematics
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