How to Get Insurance License in South Carolina

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Learn what's required for your Insurance License in South Carolina

This insurance licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the South Carolina Department of Insurance. We recommend you contact the South Carolina Department of Insurance for more detailed information or changes.

South Carolina Insurance: Life Only

SC Education Requirements:
SC is a self-study state. No required classroom.
SC has no formal or required pre-licensing program.

State Exam Provider:
PSI
Contact Information:
(800) 733-9267 www.psiexams.com

Governing Agency

Name: South Carolina Department of Insurance
Phone: 8037376160
Fax: 8037376231
Address: 1201 Main St. Suite 1000 Columbia, SC 29201

South Carolina Insurance: Accident and Health Only

SC Education Requirements:
SC is a self-study state. No required classroom.
SC has no formal or required pre-licensing program.

State Exam Provider:
PSI
Contact Information:
(800) 733-9267 www.psiexams.com

Governing Agency

Name: South Carolina Department of Insurance
Phone: 8037376160
Fax: 8037376231
Address: 1201 Main St. Suite 1000 Columbia, SC 29201

South Carolina Insurance: Life, Accident, and Health

SC Education Requirements:
SC is a self-study state. No required classroom.
SC has no formal or required pre-licensing program.

State Exam Provider:
PSI
Contact Information:
(800) 733-9267 www.psiexams.com

Governing Agency

Name: South Carolina Department of Insurance
Phone: 8037376160
Fax: 8037376231
Address: 1201 Main St. Suite 1000 Columbia, SC 29201

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Note: This license renewal information is provided as a convenience only and is subject to change at any time. It's ultimately the responsibility of the licensee to be sure that he or she is meeting all requirements for each license and corresponding renewal period.