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The pre-licensing education requirement may be satisfied by obtaining a Pre-licensing Education Equivalency Real Estate certificate from the Commission for applicants who satisfy one of the categories listed below. An application for Pre-licensing Education Equivalency Real Estate, must be submitted on the form provided by the Commission, with supporting documents and a non refundable fee, prior to applying for examination.
Licensed In another State: Hold a current license that was active within one (1) year immediately prior to the date of the equivalency application as a salesperson or broker in another state with similar or superior pre-licensing education requirements as determined by the Commission. Law Degree Graduate of a law school accredited by the American Bar Association.
Real Estate or Business Major: Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree graduates of an accredited college or university with a major in real estate or business. College Courses Completion of at least six (6) semester credits in real estate, business, business law, real estate development, or finance courses at an accredited college or university.
Professional designation: Hold a professional real estate designation or other recognized certificate as accepted by the Commission (e.g. GRI, BOMI-RPA and CCIM). Upon receipt of a complete application, allow at least 21 days for processing.