(h) The methodology for verifying and monitoring attendance, including the class
make-up policy. A sponsor shall have a written make-up policy for students or licensees
who are absent from all or a part of regularly scheduled class sessions. If there are no
opportunities to make up missed sessions, that policy must be stated.
(i) The standards a student or licensee must meet to complete the course, including
assignments, projects, examinations, and the passing score on the examination that must
be given at the completion of the course for a student or licensee to demonstrate mastery
of the material covered. For a distance education course, a student must pass a written,
closed-book examination proctored by an official approved by the presenting college or
university or by the sponsoring organization. Remote proctoring, including bio-metric
proctoring, is acceptable. A written examination includes both written on paper or
administered electronically on a computer or other device. Oral examinations are not
(j) Proof that the sponsor is an entity that may offer prelicensure real estate
appraisal education courses under section 2617(2) of the code, MCL 339.2617.
(3) If a sponsor desires to change a course's content, instructors, speakers, or hours
of credit, the sponsor shall reapply for departmental approval of the changes to the course
by completing an application for course approval, obtained from the department, not less
than 30 days before the date the course is offered to students or licensees.
(4) Emergency changes to instructors and speakers that are unable to be submitted to
the department not less than 30 days before the date of the continuing education course
may be reviewed by the department if the department determines that the applicant was
unable to submit the requested change not less than 30 days before the date of the
continuing education course and the request submitted with the change supports the
nature of the emergency.
(5) The department shall notify the sponsor whether the proposed course change is
approved. The sponsor shall not offer the course with the proposed changes without
(6) The department may determine that a proposed change cannot be made without
the submission of additional supporting documentation or that the extent or number of
changes requested require the sponsor to complete a new application for approval.
(7) A department-approved course expires 3 years after the date of the course
approval, at which time the course approval is subject to renewal. A sponsor shall notify
the department of its intent to renew a previously approved course by submitting course
renewal forms provided by the department. All of the following apply regarding course
(a) The completed course renewal forms must be received by the department not
less than 60 days before the expiration date.
(b) If completed renewal forms are received by the department not less than 60 days
before the expiration date, the course does not expire until reviewed by the department.
(c) If completed renewal forms are received by the department less than 60 days
before the expiration date, approval of the course expires on the expiration date.
(d) Course renewal forms are not valid and are not accepted by the department less
than 60 days before the expiration date.