Admission Requirements & Deadlines

Actuarial Science and Predictive Analytics (M.S.)

Application Deadlines

Spring Summer Fall

Priority Deadline: Nov. 1

Final Deadline: Jan. 7

Final Deadline: May 1

Priority Deadline: June 15

Final Deadline: Aug. 15

Admission Criteria

Admission to the Master of Science degree in Actuarial Science and Predictive Analytics is competitive. To be admitted into the program you will need:

  • No GRE scores are required.
  • A baccalaureate degree in mathematics or science (or a related field) from a regionally accredited college or university. 
  • A minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00 (on a 4-point scale) is required for full admission to the program, and 2.75 is required for conditional admission. GPA calculations may be based upon the cumulative units or the last 60 units of the degree. See graduate admission policies for more information.
  • At least three terms of undergraduate courses in calculus, calculus based probability, mathematical statistics, and linear algebra. (NOTE: Students with any deficiency in their mathematical background may be admitted conditionally if they are willing to correct such deficiency.
  • A strong mathematics background as demonstrated through grades in mathematics courses; an undergraduate B.S. thesis focused on mathematics, sciences, or risk analysis; or work experience involving actuarial science.

Application Requirements

Submit an online application, application fee and official transcripts.

Additional Requirements for International Applicants

U.S. Immigration requires F1 and J1 students to be enrolled full-time with the majority of their classes taken in-person and on campus. For a list of TU programs that comply as well as information on required credential evaluations and English-language proficiency, please see admission requirements for international students.