Courses to prepare the student for the first few joint exams of the Society of Actuaries and Casualty Actuarial Society are offered on a regular basis at or near the Storrs campus. These are summarized in the following table.

SOA Exams |
Coresponding UConn Classes |

Exam P |
Math 3160 and Math 3610 |

Exam FM |
Math 2620 and Math 3615 |

Exam IFM |
Math 3650 and Math 3660 |

Exam LTAM |
Math 3630 and Math 3631 |

Exam STAM |
Math 3639, Math 3640, and Math 3641 |

Exam SRM |
Math 3636 and Math 3637 |

Exam PA |
Math 5638 |

CAS Exams |
Coresponding UConn Classes |

Exam 1 |
Math 3160 and Math 3610 |

Exam 2 |
Math 2620 and Math 3615 |

Exam 3F |
Math 3650 and Math 3660 |

MAS-I |
Math 3636 and Math 3637 |

MAS-II |
Math 3636 and Math 3637 |

Exam 5 |
Math 3639, Math 3640, and Math 3641 |

Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) for the SOA |
Coresponding UConn Classes |

Mathematical Statistics |
Stat 3445 |

Economics |
Econ 1201 and Econ 1202 or Econ 1200 or Econ 2201 and Econ 2202 |

Accounting and Finance |
Math 3650 and Acct 2001 |

Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) for the CAS |
Coresponding UConn Classes |

Economics |
Econ 1201 and Econ 1202 or Econ 1200 or Econ 2201 and Econ 2202 |

Accounting and Corporate Finance |
Math 3650 and Acct 2001 |

The exams are given throughout the year at designated CBT testing sites, one of which is less than 20 miles from the Storrs campus. More detailed exam information, such as syllabi, sample exams, study material, testing sites, application information, etc. can be found at the Be an Actuary website.