Real estate is a subfield of the department of business that studies reproperty and land use affairs. It explores the principles, practices, finances, economics, laws, regulations, appraisal and valuation, management, escrow, title, insurance, sales, marketing, development, ownership, contracts, ethics, and brokerage of structures and land. Real estate is interdisciplinary in nature, combining aspects of law and finance with the study of sociology and human psychology.
Associate in Arts Degree: Real Estate
Associate in Science Degree: Real Estate
Certificate of Achievement: Real Estate
Certificate of Achievement:Broker License
Certificate of Achievement: Salesperson License
Associate in Arts Degree - Real Estate
The associate of arts degree in real estate prepares a student for positions with organizations involved in marketing, financing, development, management of real property as well as for government careers involving real property assessment, condemnation, management of publicly owned lands, and control of land utilization.
Associate in Science - Real Estate
The associate of science in Real Estate is designed for those planning to enter the profession or for real estate professionals who are upgrading their skills.
Certificate of Achievement - Real Estate
Designed for those planning to enter the profession or for real estate professionals who are upgrading their skills.
Certificate of Achievement - Broker License
Career/Technical (Major Code:02131)
To qualify for the broker license examination,the student must complete eight courses in addition to other experience and educational requirements.Five of the eight courses must include: RE 102,104,106,108 or ACCT 101,and RE 110.
Certificate of Achievement - Salesperson License
To qualify for the salesperson license examination, the student must complete Real Estate Principles (RE 101).Then prior to issuance of the original license or within eighteen months after issuance, he/she must complete TWO additional basic real estate courses from the courses below.