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    Florida State College at Jacksonville
   
 
  Oct 16, 2021
 
2021-2022 Catalog [Aug. 2021-Aug. 2022] 
  
2021-2022 Catalog [Aug. 2021-Aug. 2022]

Insurance General Lines Agent [Property and Casualty (2-20)] (5723) (C.C.)


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Career Certificate (Clock Hour program)

Mission/Purpose

The mission of the program is to assist students in their quest for an Insurance Sales license by providing the required qualifying pre-licensing education to potential insurance agents. This program is based on state-mandated curriculum and hours which prepare students for the state licensing exam. By offering the coursework online it optimizes educational opportunities for both local and state-wide students.

The Program

Insurance agents provide a valuable, essential service. Helping clients to understand and determine the types of insurance protection they need is critical to their financial security.

This state-approved program prepares you to take the 2-20 General Lines Property and Casualty Insurance test for licensure. The curriculum includes property, automobile, workers compensation, health, and all forms of property and liability insurance concepts.

A minimum grade of C or better must be achieved in all professional coursework.

Certification/Licensing

This program prepares you to take the 2-20 General Lines Property and Casualty Insurance licensing exam. Students who have completed a correspondence course (the online 2-20 course at Florida State College at Jacksonville fulfills this) in insurance, 3 hours of which must be on the subject matter of ethics, which is regularly offered by accredited institutions of higher learning in this state or extensions thereof and approved by the department, must also have at least 6 months of responsible insurance duties as a substantially full-time bona fide employee in all lines of property and casualty insurance set forth in the definition of general lines agent under Florida Statute 626.015 at bit.ly/FS-626-15.

In order to obtain licensing as an insurance agent or adjuster in the state of Florida, a student will be expected to verify United States citizenship status or be a legal alien with work authorization from the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services and provide a valid Social Security number. To ensure employability in the widest possible manner, all students should be prepared to provide this documentation prior to enrolling in the program. 

Please note that the State of Florida requires fingerprinting and a background check, which may prevent you from obtaining licensure. Information for applicants with a criminal history is available at myfloridacfo.com/division/agents/licensure/general/priorcrimhist.htm.

Need More Information? Contact:

Insurance & Financial Services, Cecil Center, (904) 317-3883 or insurance@fscj.edu

More Information Online

Curriculum


Professional Coursework

A minimum grade of C or better is required in all Professional coursework.

Total Contact Hours: 200

Graduation Requirements


In order to be awarded a career certificate, students must have met the following requirements.

  1. Fulfill all academic requirements for the chosen program of study as outlined in the Florida State College at Jacksonville catalog and curriculum.
  2. Earn the required number of clock hours for the chosen program of study with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (C) on a 4.0 scale on all courses that apply to the chosen program of study; students must show up on campus in order to meet the clock hour attendance requirements.
  3. Complete a minimum of 25 percent of the total clock hours required for a certificate’s program requirements as a student at Florida State College at Jacksonville.
  4. Fulfill all obligations, financial or otherwise, to the College before graduating.
  5. Earn a TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) score that meets or exceeds the program’s exit requirement, if applicable.
Note: Students are cautioned to pay particular attention to the following statements.
  • A student’s graduation date will be the date of the end of the College term in which the student has fulfilled all academic requirements. (The removal of an incomplete grade does not affect students’ graduation dates, since the grade change is effective at the end of the term in which the incomplete grade was assigned rather than the term in which the incomplete work was made up.)
  • Students who enter under the (2021/2022) catalog will be assigned to the degree or certificate requirements in effect during the 2021/2022 academic year. The student’s assigned catalog year will remain in effect as long as the student maintains continuous enrollment. Changes to requirements as mandated by law or by rule of the District Board of Trustees may supersede this provision.
  • Many courses in this catalog have prerequisite requirements and/or corequisite courses listed in the course descriptions. Students are advised to be guided by these requirements.
 

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