What are Online Courses?

  1. A set of instructional experiences using the digital network for interaction, learning and dialogue. AnĀ online courseĀ does not require any face-to-face meetings in a physical location.
  2. AnĀ online courseĀ is the delivery of a series of lessons on a web browser or mobile device, which can be accessed anytime and anyplace. It is designed as anĀ online environment for convenient learning asynchronously.
  3. AĀ courseĀ that is conducted completelyĀ online, whether synchronous or asynchronous. This type ofĀ course does not provide for any in-person teaching or learning with other students or faculty.
  4. AnĀ online courseĀ is aĀ courseĀ that is focused on use of information and communications technology for learning.Ā 

The Real Estate Training Institute in Mississippi offers a variety of courses online.

The following real estate courses are available online:

Salesperson’s License Course

Broker’s License Course

Salesperson’s Post License Course

Broker’s Post License Course

Continuing Education

Standards for the pre-license courses

A pre-license course must meet any standards that the Association of Real Estate Licensing Law Officials (ARELLO), or its successor(s), may have for pre-license courses, including, without limitation, standards for content, form, examination, facilities and instructors. If ARELLO or its successor(s) operate a certification program for prelicense courses, a pre-license course must be certified by ARELLO or its successor(s) before the commission may approve the course.

No more than eight (8) pre-license hours may be earned in a single day.

Mississippi Ā§73-35-14.4. Distance learning courses

The term “distance learning course(s)” shall mean any course approved by the commission in which the student is not physically present in a classroom with the instructor, including, without limitation, correspondence courses, video/DVD based courses and online electronic courses.

(2) The commission may approve distance learning courses for pre-license education, post-license education and continuing education courses. Any distance learning course must meet any standards that the Association of Real Estate Licensing Law Officials (ARELLO), or its successor(s), may have for such courses, including, without limitation, standards for content, form, examination, facilities and instructors. If no ARELLO standards exist for a distance learning course, the commission shall establish by rule such minimum standards. If ARELLO or its successor(s) operate a certification program for distance learning courses, a distance learning course must be certified by ARELLO or its successor(s) before the commission may approve the course.