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North Dakota Real Estate Principles Pre-Licensure Course
Certification/Licensure - Exam Prep
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UND's online Real Estate Principles Pre-Licensure Course is:
- Approved by the North Dakota Real Estate Commission as 45 hours of required pre-licensing education needed in order to complete the North Dakota State and National Licensing Exam (AMP exam).
- Certified by the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO, course approval #338), the number one credential for quality design and delivery of real estate distance education courses.
- Convenient! You can enroll, study and complete lessons whenever you want without leaving your job or sacrificing time with family.
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Obtain your North Dakota real estate license!
To act as a real estate agent in North Dakota, you must be licensed by the North Dakota Real Estate Commission.
The University of North Dakota's online Real Estate Principals Pre-Licensure Course prepares you for the North Dakota Applied Measures and Practice Real Estate licensing exam through self-paced lessons and required readings that are designed to work around your busy schedule. You "attend class" wherever and whenever it is convenient for you!
Students who have completed our pre-licensure course have the highest pass rate for both the National and State AMP Examinations.
Once you have successfully completed the 45-hour Real Estate Principles Pre-Licensure Course and the licensing exam, you will be required to complete the AMP exam. Upon successful completion of the exam, you may be issued a real estate salesperson's license through the North Dakota Real Estate Commission.
View the North Dakota Real Estate Commission’s full list of rules and regulations regarding real estate salesperson licenses. Please note - a criminal history record check, credit report and finger prints are now required in order to obtain your salesperson license. Applicants who believe their background may disqualify them from obtaining a real estate license should consider submitting an application prior to taking this course.