§16-99-37

Education equivalency

§16-99-37(a)(2) The proposed amendment will clarify that applicants must be graduates of an accredited law school in the United States.

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(a) The commission’ may grant an equivalency to the respective education requirements for applicants for the salesperson license examinations for:

(2) Graduates of an accredited law school in the United States; or

(a) The commission may grant an equivalency to the respective education requirements for applicants for the salesperson and broker license examinations for:

(2) Graduates of an accredited law school;


§16-99-37(a)(3) The proposed amendment will clarify that applicants must be graduates of an accredited college or university in the United States.

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(a) The commission’ may grant an equivalency to the respective education requirements for applicants for the salesperson license examinations for:

(3) Bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree graduates of accredited colleges and universities in the United States who have majored in real estate or business.

(a) The commission may grant an equivalency to the respective education requirements for applicants for the salesperson and broker license examinations for:

(3) Bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree graduates of accredited colleges and universities who have majored in real estate or business;


§16-99-37(a)(4) and (5) Are deleted as approved by the commission at its July 13, 2005 Education Review Committee meeting.

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(a) The commission’ may grant an equivalency to the respective education requirements for applicants for the salesperson license examinations for:

(4) deleted

(5) deleted

(a) The commission may grant an equivalency to the respective education requirements for applicants for the salesperson and broker license examinations for:

(4) Those who have successfully completed at least six semester credits in real estate, business, business law, real estate development, or finance courses at an accredited college or university; and

(5) Those who have received a professional designation and recognized certificates of completion as accepted by the commission including a GRI designation; certificate in advanced real estate from the University of Hawaii, small business management program.


§16-99-37(b)(1) and (2) The proposed new section is added addressing educational equivalencies for broker candidates consistent with paragraph (a).

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(b) The commission may grant an equivalency to the respective education requirements for applicants for the broker license examinations for:

(1) Those who hold a current license that was active within one year immediately prior to the date of application as a broker in another state with similar or superior education requirements as determined by the commission; and

(2) Graduates of an accredited law school in the United States.

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