Casualty Actuarial Society

Exams & Admissions

Admissions Process

To become an Associate member of the Casualty Actuarial Society, a candidate must complete the following requirements:

Validation by Educational Experience (VEE):

Two CAS Online Courses:

Exams: Note: Exams can be taken in any order.

CAS Course on Professionalism

All the details for these requirements are available online in the Syllabus of Basic Education.

Once you have completed all requirements for Associateship in the Casualty Actuarial Society and your credits for all the requirements are recorded with the CAS, you may submit an application for membership.

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To become a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society, a candidate must:

Meet all of the Associateship requirements.

Successfully complete Exams 7-9:

If a person is already an Associate of the CAS in good standing when completing the Fellowship requirements, it is not necessary to submit another membership application. The person will automatically be recognized as a Fellow.

If a person is not already a member of the CAS when completing all Fellowship requirements, the candidate may submit the membership application and related materials immediately upon completion of all the requirements.

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The CAS requirements to qualify for the CERA designation are:

Fellows of the CAS are required to successfully complete the seminar and the ST9 exam.

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