This double degree allows you to study both Actuarial Studies and Computer Science and discover the many practical applications from combining such majors.
Computer Science involves the study of the design, construction and uses of computer systems. It is concerned with the representation of data and data structures in computer systems and the design of algorithms for automatic manipulation of this information by programming languages and machine systems.
Actuarial Studies uses modelling to quantify and manage risks in the financial management of insurance, superannuation, funds management, banking and finance.
The double degree program allows you to combine advanced studies in mathematics, economics, insurance, finance, statistics and programming.