Which four out of these classes would be the best for an actuarial career (not only passing exams)? If industry matters, then focus on P&C. Thanks for any input!
1. Intermediate Accounting I
2. Intro to Business Law
3. Corporate Finance
4. Law and Economics
5. Industrial Organization
6. Managerial Economics
7. Mathematical Economics
8. Academic Writing
9. Introduction to Differential Equations
10. Advanced Differential Equations
11. Numerical Analysis
12. Introduction to Sociology
13. Applied Statistics II
14. Bayesian Statistical Models
15. Problem Solving for Business (macros, Solver, Scenario Manager all in Excel)
16. Data Management for Business (data modeling, database structure, relational databases all in Access)
If you have any questions on the classes, I will post descriptions. I know the list is long but I don't know what I should take. Thanks!
I vote for Corporate Finance, Bayesian Statistical Models, Problem Solving for Business, and Data Management for Business. However, I also considered Applied Stats II and any of the economics as decent runners up.