Bachelor of Actuarial Science

Bond University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00017B

The diverse skillset acquired in this program will equip you with the tools to analyse and manage risks of all types and develop techniques for the effective use of quantitative information to influence and improve business decision making. Accredited by the Actuaries Institute, Bond’s Bachelor of Actuarial Science will not only prepare you for a job that is in high demand, but also develop a knowledge base drawing from the core fields of mathematics, probability, programming, finance, economics, and data science that can be transferred across numerous industries and disciplines.  




  • ACCT11-100: Accounting Principles (10CP)ACSC12-200: Mathematical Statistics (10CP)ACSC12-201: Financial Mathematics (10CP)ACSC13-301: Contingencies (10CP)ACSC13-305: Actuarial and Financial Models (10CP)ACSC13-306: Stochastic Processes (10CP)ACSC13-307: Survival Analysis (10CP)ECON11-100: Principles of Economics (10CP)ECON12-200: Linear Models and Applied Econometrics (10CP)ECON12-202: Contemporary Macroeconomics Issues (10CP)FINC11-101: Fundamentals of Finance (10CP)FINC13-301: Corporate Finance (10CP)FINC13-303: Portfolio Analysis and Investment Management (10CP)STAT11-112: Quantitative Methods (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank


Actuaries Institute

Study pathways

Honours available.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $129,600 No
  • Full-time : 2 years

Further information

High graduate starting salaries and full employment rates reflect the growing demand for qualified analysts, with career opportunities predicted to increase substantially over the next five years. The Bachelor of Actuarial Science will prepare students for rewarding careers in a range of disciplines, including: Climatology, Consulting, Data Analytics, E-Commerce, Economics, Finance, Health, Insurance, Infrastructure, Research, Risk Management, Safety, Science, Statistics, Superannuation, and Technology.

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