Continuing Education for Texas

Texas Real Estate Commission
Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) Requirements
(for Individual Brokers and for Salespersons who have satisfied SAE requirements)
Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) refers to the Real Estate License Act's continuing education requirement (1101.455) of 15 classroom hours (6 hours of which are the approved Legal & Ethics courses) to be completed during each two-year renewal period. A broker who sponsors salespersons,the designated broker of a business entity, or a salesperson who is a delegated supervisor of one or more license holders for six months or more during the current license cycle must also attend a 6 hour broker responsibility course as part of the 15 hour MCE requirement. Below are links to key pages dealing with MCE.
  • MCE Credit Request forms for submittal to TREC for special cases (out of state MCE, State Bar, or courses for a Professional Designation)
  • See YOUR MCE Credit Hours! - courses for which you've received credit (in Licensee Info Search)
  • MCE FAQs page for course requirements and answers to many common questions on the topic of MCE
  • MCE Exemption for Certain Qualifying Brokers, from the Real Estate License Act