In order to obtain and maintain
professional licenses, agents, adjusters and brokers must pass
rigorous state-mandated exams. The Center for Professional
Education provides a variety of programs designed to address the
licensing needs of agents, brokers and adjusters in New York, New
Jersey and other states, including:
- The New York Property and Casualty Agents and Brokers 96-hour
- The New York Agents and Brokers 40-hour Personal Lines
- The New York Agents and Brokers 28-hour Cram
- The New York Life/Health Agents and Life Brokers 40-hour
- The New York State Adjusters Cram Courses
Courses offered by the Center provide students with a comprehensive
understanding of both industry fundamentals and emerging
developments in the theory and practice of risk management and
insurance. Students who complete licensing preparation at the
Center receive thorough preparation for national examinations
required to earn professional licenses, often with higher pass
ratios than the national average.
With a mix of highly trained scholars and
experienced industry professionals, the Center's faculty offers
students both the technical fundamentals of and practitioner's
perspective on insurance and risk management.
All courses meet at the Center for Professional Education, within
the School of Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science,
conveniently located in the financial district of lower Manhattan.
Depending on enrollment, courses can also be held off-campus at an
For Further Information
To receive a schedule and registration form, or to have any
additional questions answered, please call (212) 277-5161 or email
us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact the New York State Insurance Department, call