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Exams for Online Designation Course

LOMA’s highly interactive online format professional designation courses and short online format courses include several short, non-proctored, end-of-module examinations, which are integrated into the course content as part of the learning experience. No separate exam enrollment is required. While these exam components are delivered in a non-proctored environment, system controls prevent learners from accessing the course materials while taking the exam components.

In order to receive credit for these courses, you must successfully complete all examination components built into the course during the course access period. Successful completion of a highly interactive online course requires a minimum passing score of 70 percent on each end-of-module exam. When you successfully complete all end-of-module exams for your course, the course status in your Learning History in LOMA’s learning system will show as COMPLETED.

End-of-Module Exam Regulations

  • You must accept and abide by the Honesty Statement included in each end-of-module examination for highly interactive online designation courses.
  • You may not consult, discuss, review, or in any way use anyone else’s answers or accept unauthorized assistance during any examination.
  • During end-of-module exams, students must not refer to any outside materials, nor try to circumvent LOMA’s system controls designed to prevent access to course materials while answering end-of-module exam questions.
  • Any end-of-module exam questions that require the use of a calculator will include links to an online calculator approved for use.

Extending Access for Designation Courses

If you have not completed your designation program’s online course requirements or proctored examination requirements by the end of the course’s six-month access period shown in your student record, you may re-enroll to extend your course access for an additional six-month period.

For highly-interactive online courses, re-enrolling allows you to retain your progress in the course, as long as the course’s materials have not been substantially revised since your original enrollment date.

For Course Portal courses, re-enrolling extends your access to the Course Portal and allows you to select a new proctored exam date, as long as you have not already taken the proctored exam for the course.

Course extensions can also be used to

  • Change the language of the proctored exam for which you are enrolled.
  • Change the type of proctored exam enrollment between paper and I*STAR. (Additional fees and restrictions may apply if changing to a Prometric exam type or rescheduling a Prometric exam.)

The cost for re-enrolling varies, depending upon when you re-enroll.

  • If you re-enroll within one month of the end of your original course access period, you qualify for a discounted course extension price of $50. The discounted price will automatically be reflected in your Shopping Cart when you re-enroll via LOMA’s learning system.
  • After the expiration of the one month discount period, you may re-enroll at the course’s full price. This full price will automatically be reflected in your Shopping Cart when you re-enroll via LOMA’s learning system.

Grades for Online Designation Courses

LOMA’s highly interactive online format professional designation courses include several short, non-proctored, end-of-module examinations, which are integrated into the course content as part of the learning experience. No separate exam enrollment is required. While these exam components are delivered in a non-proctored environment, system controls prevent learners from accessing the course materials while taking the exam components.

In order to receive credit for these courses, you must successfully complete all examination components built into the course during the course access period. Successful completion of a highly interactive online course requires a minimum passing score of 70 percent on each end-of-module exam. When you successfully complete all end-of-module exams for your course, the course status in your Learning History in LOMA’s learning system will show as COMPLETED.