Welcome to the University of Toronto actuarial home page. If crawling around the Web got you here accidentally and you’d like to know more about actuarial science and the actuarial profession, here are a couple of links that you can try. One useful website to look at is Be An Actuary.
The actuarial science student club organizes many activities throughout the year for the benefit of the students. The student club invites all actuarial students to participate. Please visit the club homepage at www.utstat.toronto.edu/actsci/ActSciClub/Event.html.
The Actuarial Students National Association (ASNA/ANEA) is a Canadian university student actuarial association that has many of Canada’s university actuarial programs as affiliate members.
These rules apply to both specialist and major program students and they will be strictly enforced by the Department of Statistics.
If the course is passed but a minimum mark of 63 is not achieved, the summer (or later session) course can be taken as an “extra credit”. If the minimum mark of 63 is not obtained the second time the course is taken, the student will not be permitted to take the course a 3rd time and the student will not be permitted to enrol in any 3rd or 4th year ACT courses. The repeat of ACT240H, ACT245H or ACT247H can be done once only. Students who do not complete any 2nd year ACT course for any reason (missed final exam, GWR, etc), will need to complete the course and obtain the minimum mark of 63 before being allowed to register in any 3rd or 4th year ACT course.
In addition, the following rules will apply for students who have passed Exam FM. If a student has passed ACT240 and ACT245 and SOA Exam FM, then the minimum mark 63 will be regarded as being satisfied for ACT240 and ACT245. If the minimum mark of 63 is being satisfied as a result of SOA exam, the student must submit a copy of the SOA passing mark notification (with student number, ROSI transcript, e-mail and phone contact) to the Dept of Statistics (SS6018) before being allowed to enrol in 3rd or 4th year ACT courses.
Starting with the Fall 2012 academic term, the Canadian Institute of Actuaries will grant exam credit for SOA/CAS exams FM/2, MLC, MFE/3F and C/4 and CAS exam 3L based on the mapping between U of T St. George courses and SOA/CAS exams. This credit is subject to meeting minimum grade requirements in the various courses. The mapping between U of T St. George courses and SOA/CAS exams is found here . Note that CIA credit is valid only for St. George campus courses and also note that accreditation is not available for Exam P/1.
The Society of Actuaries has approved the following courses for VEE credit:
St. George and UTM – ECO100Y, ECO105Y, ECO202Y + ECO206Y, ECO204Y + ECO209Y, ECO206Y + ECO208Y
UTS – ECMA02Y, ECMA03Y, ECMA01H + ECMA05H, ECMA04H + ECMA06H,ECMB04Y + either ECMA05H or ECMA06H
St. George and UTM – ACT349H, ECO358H + ECO359H, RSM332H + RSM333H, ECO2503H + ECO2504H, MGT331Y, MGT337Y, RTM337Y
UTS – MGTC09H + either MGTC03H or MGTB09H
Applied Statistical Methods:
St. George and UTM – STA457H + either STA302H or STA250H or STA322H or ECO220Y, STA1001H + STA2202H, ECO327Y, ECO375H + ECO376H
UTS – STAC57H + STAC67H
In order to receive VEE credit for a particular topic, you must get a grade of at least B- in the associated courses . The SOA is accepting approval requests from students. Additional information about VEE is online at the SOA website at the following link .
Please refer to Scholarships in Actuarial Science for additional information.