Our VEE Accounting Online course offers personalized learning on a schedule that works for you.
The VEE Accounting course provides you:
Note: 60% student discount available
This course consists of comprehensive lecture notes and video lectures and the materials are organized into four modules:
The course materials are meticulously organized into four modules, helping you achieve the learning objectives prescribed by the SOA with ease:
Key concepts such as basic accounting concepts, financial statement analysis, financial and accounting ratios, main components of company accounts, and corporate taxation will be discussed.
The depth, pace and structure of the course material is comparable to a one-semester senior undergraduate course in Accounting.
Assessment: The final grade is based on four assignments, and a final exam. The assignments questions are multiple choice, constructed to help students verify that they have achieved all of the learning objectives. Students may complete the assignments at their leisure – anytime before the final exam is written.
Final Exam: The final exam is a comprehensive, two-hour, closed-note and closed-text exam. Exam questions are multiple-choice, similar in substance to the assigned practice and graded homework problems.
Proctors: Students are responsible for finding a proctor. Students can choose to use our online proctoring service, ProctorU (details below), or find an outside individual. Exam proctors must be approved by ACTEX. Acceptable proctors include:
If you have selected CBT Final (computer-based test) the instructions will be emailed to your proctor (see Student Responsibilities below).
Individuals with disabilities are eligible to receive necessary testing accommodations. Please contact email@example.com prior to registering for this course if you require an accommodation.
Students are allowed to use SOA approved calculators.
Computer-Based Test (CBT) Final Exam: ProctorU
Advantages of using ProctorU:
Communication with the Instructors:
The instructor will respond to student emails throughout the course normally within 24 hours. By appointment, the instructor will also be available by phone for student questions.
About the Authors
Johnny Li, PhD, FSA
Professor Li is Professor and the Holder of the Munich Re Chair in Predictive Analytics at the University Of Waterloo, Canada. His current teaching and research focus on the interface between actuarial science and predictive analytics. Over the years, his research contributions have led to several prestigious awards, including the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Redington Prize, the SOA Edward A. Lew Award and the SCOR Actuarial Award in Asia.
Andrew Ng, PhD, FSA
Professor Ng is an Associate Professor of Practice in Actuarial Science at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Prof. Ng has more than 15 years of experience in actuarial science and financial mathematics education. He teaches a broad range of actuarial science and finance courses, including life contingencies, derivative securities, risk management, and predictive analytics. In 2012, he was awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Prof. Ng received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa.