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VEE Requirements

The actuarial societies allow to have requirements to be validated by educational experience. There are three subjects in VEE requirements:

  • Applied Statistical Methods
  • Corporate Finance
  • Economics

Currently the following series of Binghamton courses can be used to satisfy VEE requirements. The updated information can be checked at VEE Directory of Approved Courses and Alternate Options.

Binghamton VEE courses

  • Applied Statistical Methods. Both components below must be covered.
    1. Regression component: by MATH 448, MATH 555, CQS 112, ECON 466, ECON 616, or ECON 617.
    2. Time-series component: by MATH 458, MATH 559, ECON 466, or ECON 467
  • Corporate Finance.
    1. One of the three pairs: by FIN 311 & 322, FIN 311 & 324, or FIN 311 & 520.
  • Economics. Both components below must be covered.
    1. Microeconomics component: by ECON 160, 360, or 500.
    2. Macroeconomics component: by ECON 162, 362, or 501.

If a student cannot get enough VEE credits while in college, he/she can use standardized examinations or other educational experiences to get the credits. A list of accepted approaches is on the SOA website, such as Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Exams, Global Association of Risk Professions (GARP) FRM Exam, online courses and so on.

Students should be reminded that the most important factor for being hired as an actuary in an entry level position is to pass the first two actuarial exams (P/1 and FM/2). Taking courses to fulfill the VEE requirements should not be placed at a first priority.

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