Certificate in Real Estate
This is an overall comprehensive program that will provide the student with the requirements needed to become a State of California Real Estate Broker. The program courses are designed to enable the student to reach his/her course requirements to qualify for the real estate broker license exam. The Real Estate Program encompasses an area of study which includes REAL 210 Real Estate Principles, REAL 212 Real Estate Practice, REAL 214 Real Estate Finance, REAL 216 Legal Aspects of Real Estate, REAL 218 Real Estate Appraisal, REAL 220 Real Estate Property Management, and REAL 224 Escrow I.
|REAL 210||Real Estate Principles||3|
|REAL 212||Real Estate Practice||3|
|REAL 214||Real Estate Finance||3|
|REAL 216||Legal Aspects of Real Estate||3|
|REAL 218||Real Estate Appraisal||3|
|or ACCT 101||Financial Accounting|
|or ACCT 101H||Financial Accounting/Honors|
|Select two (2) of the following courses:|
|Business Law and the Legal Environment I||3|
|Real Estate Property Management||3|
Applicants for a real estate broker license examination must have successfully completed eight statutorily required college-level courses.
More information is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate webpage.
Certificate of Achievement Level Student Learning Outcomes
Students completing the Real Estate Certificate of Achievement will:
- Be able to explain and calculate a real estate investment analysis and recognize the critical elements from the investor’s viewpoint.
- Be able to describe the critical elements of real estate financing, both residential and commercial (including both the primary and secondary mortgage markets).
- Be able to describe and apply the real estate appraisal principles, including the three approaches in the appraisal process.