Students interested in studying actuarial science at the graduate level at the Illinois State University should pursue graduate studies in Mathematics: Sequence in Actuarial Science. There are two options for obtaining a Master's degree: with Master Thesis (requiring 30 credit hours of graduate classes), or without a thesis (requiring 32 credit hours of graduate classes, and a culminating experience, in the form of a professional internship, a project, or a comprehensive examination). The graduate adviser in Mathematics is Dr. Michael Plantholt. Financial support in the form of Teaching Assistantships is available for graduate students, and inquiries about it should contact the graduate adviser, Dr. Michael Plantholt.
For more information, visit the Actuarial Science website for graduate studies.