Programs of Study in Mathematics & Actuarial Science

Mathematics & Actuarial Science Class

Actuarial Science

Programs - June 25, 2018
B.S. in Actuarial Science Actuarial science is the study of problems of insurance and finance through mathematical modeling. Actuaries develop theoretical models to evaluate the current financial implications of uncertain future events. As such, actuaries requires a combination of strong analytical skills, business knowledge, and understanding of human behavior to manage complex risks facing our society. Actuarial Science Program Otterbein is the first private university in Ohio offering a BS in Actuarial Science. Our program is identified as an advanced undergraduate Actuarial Science program…

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Data Science (Minor)

Programs - July 20, 2021
Minor in Data Science The Minor in Data Science is designed to provide students with scientific methods and processes to extract knowledge or insights from data by using R and Python, as well as the ability to think critically and interpret the data for decision-making purposes. The minor will empower students across the Otterbein University with skills from computer science, statistics, and mathematics that allow students to participate in data science projects. To declare the Data Science Minor, simply contact…

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Educational Mathematics – Master of Arts

Programs - February 6, 2019
Master of Arts in Educational Mathematics Curriculum Graduate School > Educational Mathematics Overview > Course Catalog > Request More Information > Apply Now > The Master of Arts in Educational Mathematics program may be completed in two years, with substantial course work completed during the summer (see Projected Class Offerings for 2 Year Degree Completion for more information). Students also have the option to take these classes over a longer period of time, as needed. While most of the classes will be offered…

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Mathematics Major


Programs - June 25, 2018
B.A. or B.S. in Mathematics Mathematics is the study of patterns and order. It is a science, a language, and an art. Applications of mathematics include the modeling of physical, biological, economic, and social phenomena. Otterbein's mathematics faculty are not only excellent teachers, but also active researchers who understand the importance of immersing students in a rigorous – yet supportive – environment. Every mathematics major has the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty members pursuing research projects. Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree study courses…

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