Adjuster Insurance Prelicensing in North Carolina

All insurance adjusters in North Carolina are required to be licensed. Because of its industry recognition and credibility, earning the Texas DHS Adjuster license is accepted as authorization to adjust in North Carolina and other states that recognize it. Please read the Disclosure for States that Require a Licensing Exam and License below for more details.

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Online Course Self-Study Package (TX - Adjuster)

The Texas Adjuster Course prepares you to pass the state exam from the comfort of your home or office. The online course gives you the freedom to study on your schedule.

Online Course & State Licensing Exam

As an online attendee, you can satisfy the Texas Adjuster prelicensing requirement and take the state exam without having to travel to the testing center. Get 40 hours of expert instruction based on Kaplan’s Prepare ● Practice ● Perform® learning strategy. The course is in compliance with the new license format and satisfies the Texas Adjuster prelicensing requirement.*

Texas Adjuster State License Exam
At the end of the course, you will take the Texas Adjuster State License exam. If you successfully pass the exam, you will receive a certificate of completion. Attaining the certificate of completion makes you eligible to apply for a Texas Adjuster license!**

Topic Areas:

  • Principles of insurance
  • Auto coverage
  • Liability
  • Homeowners coverage
  • Boiler and machinery
  • Aviation
  • Ocean marine and bonds
  • Texas state-specific laws

*The online access period for your insurance licensing course is 90 days. An additional 90 days may be purchased at $49. Please call or email our Student Support center to request this extension.

**Check with your State Department of Insurance to verify how the Texas Adjuster license can be used to adjust in states other than Texas.