Georgia Insurance Licensing State Requirements
On this page, you will find all of the state-specific information for Insurance Licensing in the state of Georgia. This information pertains to resident license applicants. For additional information for resident licensing, or for non-resident license information, please refer to the Georgia Insurance Department website at http://www.gainsurance.org. Information is subject to change, and we will do our very best to make the process of completing your licensing education requirements as simple as possible.
Georgia Insurance Department
Prelicensing Education Hour Requirements
- Life - 20 Hours
- Accident & Sickness - 20 Hours
- Property - 20 Hours
- Casualty - 20 Hours
- Personal Lines - 20 Hours
- Variable Products - 8 Hours plus life insurance license
Exam Provider: Pearson VUE
To schedule an exam, contact Pearson VUE at http://www.pearsonvue.com or 800-274-0488.
Acceptable Methods of Education
Live Class Requirements
- Pre-Class Study (must be completed prior to attending the live class): Life and Health 8 hours (Life only 4 hours and Health only 4 hours); Property and Casualty 8 hours.
- In-Class Exam: In Georgia, an in-class graded exam is given to test your readiness for the state exam. The test must be passed with a 70% or greater in order to receive a certificate of completion.
Certificate of Completion Requirements
- Applicant submits original certificate to the insurance department with their license application.
- Applicant must pass the required examination for licensure within 12 months of the completion of the prelicensing course.
- Applicants who fail to pass an examination after taking it 3 times must take another prelicensing course prior to retaking the exam.
Exam and/or Prelicensing Education Exemptions
- Life and Health - CLU®, FLMI
- Property & Casualty - CPCU®, CIC, CISR, CRM
- All Lines - College degrees in insurance
- Applicants must attach copy of applicable designation/degree to their license application to qualify for exemption.
- Successful completion of two college or university courses related to insurance in the lines of authority the applicant is applying for may also qualify for an exemption.
- Any applicants who have not completed the licensing requirements within 12 months of passing the exam will be required to retake the exam.
Disclosure for States that Require a Licensing Exam and License:
All insurance adjusters in this state are required to be licensed. Check with the Department of Insurance in your resident state to see how to obtain an adjuster license.
This information is based on state laws and regulations and is subject to change. Kaplan Financial Education makes every effort to make sure this information is current and accurate, however, Kaplan Financial Education is not engaged in rendering legal or professional advice and shall not be held responsible for inaccuracies contained herein.