Continuing Education

Professional Licensure

Life, Accident and Health Insurance

These courses are approved by the New York State Insurance Department as fulfilling the pre-licensing educational requirement for taking the NYS Life Insurance Agent and Accident and Health Insurance Agent licensing examinations.

Accident & Health Insurance
INS 22/$220 COTC
(10 sessions)
Life Insurance INS 21/$220 COTC

(10 sessions)
Offered in spring 2015

Property and Casualty Insurance
INS 35/$995 (31 sessions) LEHC
The Insurance Agent and Broker’s Course is for individuals preparing to qualify for the New York State insurance license examination. This course, approved by the New York State Insurance Department, meets the education requirements for the New York State examination for licensing as an agent (#115 Insurance Law) and as a broker (#119 Insurance Law). Highlights of the program include: general principles; fire insurance; automobile insurance; general liability; workers’ compensation; burglary; fidelity and surety bonding; the insurance law; marine insurance; miscellaneous casualty policies; and health and accident insurance policies. Textbooks must be brought to first class. 9 CEU

Real Estate License Qualifying Courses

Real Estate Salesperson’s Course and Real Estate Broker’s course are N.Y. State-Approved courses for individuals who are preparing for the real estate salesperson’s and broker’s licensing examninations. Salespersons seeking a broker’s license must have completed RES33 in addition to completing RES 35.

Real Estate Salesperson’s Course
RES 33/$425 (25 sessions) LEHC
Real Estate Broker’s Course
RES 35/$285 (15 sessions) LEHC

Income Tax Preparer Course

Introduction to Individual and Business Taxation
CFM 46/$335 (10 sessions) LEHC

This course introduces students to federal income tax as it relates to individuals and businesses. Areas of concentration include: income inclusion and exclusion and deductions as they are defined utilizing the Internal Revenue Code and related material. Special classes of taxpayers including partnerships, estates, and trusts are considered as well as accounting and procedural rules. New York State and City taxes are covered.

 

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