For online courses you must meet the Technology Requirements.
Do not open the exam contained in the Online Insurance CE courses without the presence of an approved NYS approved exam monitor. There may be a monitor fee involved in addition to the course costs.
Exam Proctor Requirements:
Monitored Exam - Exams to be Monitored by a New York State Approved Monitor. The monitor cannot be related (by family) to the student.
- Monitored Exam - Exams to be monitored by a New York State Approved Monitor. The exam may not be opened without the presence of a New York State approved monitor.
- The monitor cannot be related (by family) to the student.
- The exam is a "Closed Book" exam and must be taken in the presence of a New York State approved monitor.
- There may be a monitor fee involved in addition to the course costs.
Bryant & Stratton College offers monitoring in the following locations: Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo. Students that use a Bryant & Stratton College location for the monitoring of their final exam will receive the service at a discounted rate of $20.00
The locations and contact information for Bryant & Stratton College monitoring are:
To view approved New York Monitor List please visit: https://myportal.ins.state.ny.us/web/guest-applications/monitor-search
- When registering for this course you will not have immediate access to your course. If you register within our Hours of Operation, you will receive log-in information by email within 4 hours. Students that register outside of our Hours of Operation will receive their log-in information within 4 hours of when we open the next business day.
Hours of Operation (EST):
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Contact Information: 1-888-273-2758
You will have 90 days to complete this course. Refunds are not available for Bryant & Stratton College Online CE courses.
This course will consider the practical details of what acting ethically means to insurance agents, brokers and other professionals in the financial service fields. Often—all too often—insurance professionals and other people in the financial services sector make the news with their bad behavior: churning life insurance, embezzling escrow funds, commingling money. Why do people make these choices? Sometimes they're hardened criminals who intend to do wrong from the start; but many—by their own admission—are not so scheming.
Approval Effective Date:
LA, BR, C1, C3, PA, LB, PC
NYS Insurance Provider Organization NYPO-100114