Search state-approved CE Credits

What courses are approved for CE in my state and how many credit hours are they worth?

Many of the programs at The College qualify for state insurance continuing education. Follow the links below, organized by program at The College, to obtain recent CE credit information by course. 

PLEASE BE ADVISED: State CE laws change continually and approved course renewals vary. Either situation may cause a change in the number or breakdown of credits listed after publication. The student is ultimately responsible for making sure that credits are correct and reported.

39 State-approved CE Courses are available

HS 353 Retirement Income Process, Strategies and Solutions
RICP® | ChSNC® | MSFSP® | MSFSR®
Exam on Demand CE: 10
Paper and Pencil Exam CE: 10
HS 354 Sources of Retirement Income
RICP® | ChSNC® | MSFSP® | MSFSR®
Exam on Demand CE: 10
Paper and Pencil Exam CE: 10
HS 355 Managing the Retirement Income Plan
RICP® | MSFSP® | MSFSR®
Exam on Demand CE: 10
Paper and Pencil Exam CE: 10
Wealth Management Certified Professional
WMCP®
Exam on Demand CE: 15
Paper and Pencil Exam CE: 15
HS 300 Financial Planning: Process and Environment
CFP® | CLU® | ChFC®
Exam on Demand CE: 10
Paper and Pencil Exam CE: 10
HS 311 Fundamentals of Insurance Planning
CFP® | CLU® | ChFC®
Exam on Demand CE: 5
Paper and Pencil Exam CE: 5

*Management courses (HS 378-380 series and GS 900 series) do not qualify for CFP credit.

Please note that due to procedural changes in how CFP® Board evaluates courses, credit will no longer be given for ethics courses until they deal specifically with the CFP Code of Ethics. Also, CFP® Board will now grant a maximum of 1 credit hour for every 10 questions on the final exam. Course credits are subject to change without notice.

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