VEE Courses at Appalachian

The following courses are approved for validation by education experience:

  • VEE in Economics – ECON 2030 and ECON 2040
  • VEE in Applied Statistics – STT 3851 and STT 4840
  • VEE in Corporate Finance – FIN 3690 and FIN 3890

An updated listing of VEE approved courses can be found online at and navigating to the VEE webpage.

Courses containing material necessary for exam preparation:

  • EXAM P/1 – STT 3250 Fundamentals of Probability
  • EXAM FM/2 – MAT 3330 Financial Mathematics and MAT 3540 (1 hour, Mathematics of Derivatives)
  • EXAM MLC - MAT 3340 Actuarial Models, MAT 4330 Senior Seminar
  • EXAM MFE -  FIN 4770 Derivatives and Financial Risk Management, MAT 4330 Senior Seminar 
    Course of Study  (To see future changes in the major view degree requirments)

The following table shows one sample of how scheduling the required courses for the actuarial science major may look. This schedule does not show the additional courses required by the university. A student should determine their schedule with the help of their academic advisor.

Fall Freshman Year Spring Freshman Year
MAT 1110 Calculus I
Law 2150 Legal Environment of Bus
MAT 1120 Calculus II
ECON 2030 Pricing Theory‡
Fall Sophomore YearSpring Sophomore Year
MAT 2130 Multivariable Calculus
MAT 3330 Financial Mathematics
ACC 2100 Principals of Accounting I
STT 3850 Data Analysis I         
[*MAT 3540 Financial Derivatives (1hr)]   
MAT 2240 Linear Algebra
ECON 2040 Macroeconomics
STT 3851 Data Analysis II             
[*MAT 3541 Topics in FM (1 hr)] 
Fall Junior YearSpring Junior Year
FIN 3100 Principals of Risk Manag and Ins 
FIN 3680 Intro to Finance
STT 3250 Fundamentals of Probability  
[Option 2: Take *MAT 3541 (1hr)]
FIN 3690 Financial Management
FIN 3890 Survey of Investments
Fall Senior YearSpring Senior Year
FIN 4770 Derivatives and Fin Risk
STT 4840 Time Series and Forecasting
Major Elective 1 
MAT 3340 Actuarial Models
MAT 4330 Senior Seminar in Act Science
Major Elective 2