The future is uncertain, and so there is a certain amount of financial risk when dealing with future events - actuarial scientists study this risk. You'll study mathematics, statistics, economics and finance to become well prepared for the professional exams. After graduation you'll find employment in areas such as life insurance, financial markets or currency exchange.
Detailed admission requirements
- English language requirements - click for details.
- English 11
(or Français langue première 11)
- Language 11
(includes beginner's language 11, American sign language 11 or 12, and language 12 courses)
- Science 11
(includes Biology 11, Chemistry 11, Earth Science 11, Forests 11, IB Environmental Systems 11, Principles of Physics 11 or a Science course at the Grade 12 level)
- Foundations of Math 11 with a minimum grade of 60%
(or Pre-Calculus 11/Foundations of Math 12/Pre-Calculus 12/Calculus 12 with a minimum grade of 60%)
- English 12 with a minimum final blended grade of 60%
(or First Peoples 12, or Français langue première 12 with a minimum final grade of 60%)
- Graduate from high school
Chemistry 11, Principles of Physics 11, English 12, Pre-Calculus 12 and two science 12 courses
Approved grade 12 courses
BC First Nations Studies 12, Calculus 12, Comparative Civilization 12, Economics 12, English Literature 12, Foundations of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12, French 12 or français langue seconde 12, German 12, History 12, Japanese 12, Law 12, Mandarin 12, Philosophy 12 (4 cr), Punjabi 12, Social Justice 12, Spanish 12, Sustainable Resources 12.
Sciences: Biology 12, Chemistry 12, Geography 12, Geology 12, Physics 12.
IB/AP: All standard and higher level IB courses, and all AP courses, may be used in place of grade 12 courses.
The world is changing rapidly and you have no way of knowing the full range of career opportunities available to you in the future. Graduates of this program may end up in a range of occupations, including these: