I am graduating this May from NCSU with a double major in Economics and Political Science. I have been looking for what I want to do for the last couple months and have recently come across the actuarial field. Unfortunately I didn't find this field until late in my studies and have not taken related classes, I have taken Elements of Calculus (A+) and Economics and Business Statistics (A-). Now I have a few possibilities for the coming year and me trying to enter the actuarial field:

I could take FM in May; take Calc I summer and Calc II in fall, and take P in the winter. Would I be able to self study enough for P, would I have enough math background for FM to study from now till then? Would I be able to find a job without taking enough maths?

The other possibility would be to take Calc I, Accounting I and II in the summer, Calc II and Intermediate financial accounting in the fall and take FM in fall. Then take Calc III and Probability I in spring along with P in late spring of 2007.

Which would be a better plan? Thanks for the help.

I could take FM in May; take Calc I summer and Calc II in fall, and take P in the winter. Would I be able to self study enough for P, would I have enough math background for FM to study from now till then? Would I be able to find a job without taking enough maths?

The other possibility would be to take Calc I, Accounting I and II in the summer, Calc II and Intermediate financial accounting in the fall and take FM in fall. Then take Calc III and Probability I in spring along with P in late spring of 2007.

Which would be a better plan? Thanks for the help.

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