3 Months to Complete
North Dakota Real Estate Principles Pre-Licensure Course
Certification / Licensure - Exam Prep
How do I take the final exam? Who can serve as a proctor?
The final exam is completed online, within the Learning Management System. Additional exam information will be noted on the course syllabus. If a proctored (monitored/supervised) exam is required to complete your course, you will need to designate an approved proctor to administer the exam at a location near you.
Please note that you are responsible to pay for any fees that proctors may charge for their services.
Approved proctors CAN be:
- UND Online & Distance Education (if living near Grand Forks, ND - There is NO fee for UND students.)
- Bismarck State College Testing & Assessment Services (if living near Bismarck, ND - There is NO fee for UND students.)
- School or Public Librarians
- Educational Administrators (principal/superintendent)
- Local College Testing Center Staff
- Adult Learning Centers
- Guidance Counselors
- Commanding Officers
- Military Education Officers or Embassy Education Officers
- Human Resource Representative
- Others (must be pre-approved by UND Online & Distance Education)
Proctors may NOT be:
- Direct Supervisors
- Direct Reports / Employees
- Colleagues at Same Level
- Athletic or Assistant Coaches
More detailed information about designating a proctor and taking exams is provided once you begin your course.
How long do I have to complete the course?
You have 3 months to complete your course.
If you need more time, you may purchase a maximum of two 3-month extensions for $50 per extension.
If you do not purchase an extension prior to your original 3-month completion date, your course will be canceled.
Am I a licensed real estate agent once I complete the course?
No. To become a licensed real estate agent in North Dakota, you will need to pass the licensing exam administered by the Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP).
For complete information about becoming licensed, visit the North Dakota Real Estate Commission.
How do I maintain my real estate license in North Dakota?
You are required to update your knowledge and skills by completing 9 hours annually. Licensees must complete 9 hours of continuing education prior to renewing their license.
For complete information and a list of eligible CE courses, contact the North Dakota Real Estate Commission.
There is NOT a grace period for completing your education. If you do not have the required number of hours for an active license you need to renew to the inactive status until you have completed the required education. Keep in mind that the continuing education hours you use to activate an inactive license cannot be used to meet the 9 hrs. of continuing education required annually.
What happens if I need to withdraw from the course? What is your refund policy?
If UND receives your Withdrawal Request Form 1 to 7 calendar days after your registration date, you will be refunded your course registration fee, minus a $35 processing fee.
No refunds are available if UND receives your Withdrawal Request Form 8+ calendar days after your registration date OR if an attempt at submitting a lesson and/or taking a quiz is made.