The Real Estate Program offers several options, which prepare students for increasing levels of responsibility and career choices within the field of real estate.
The Associate of Arts in Real Estate degree is designed for transfer to an upper division public college or university in the State of California. The designed curriculum prepares students for the real estate salesperson’s license, the real estate broker’s license and the practice of real estate.
By fulfilling the program requirements, students are prepared for a variety of entry level and advanced career opportunities in the real estate profession. Typical positions include: real estate agent, broker, real estate assistant, processor, appraiser, property manager, escrow officer, title officer, real estate office manager, consumer protection representative, land developer, urban planner, construction, business sales agent, community advocate, property inspector, investor, and owner of income producing properties.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
Upon completion of the Degree/Certificate program, students are able to:
Demonstrate knowledge of real estate principles and practices in fulfillment of Department of Real Estate Licensure requirements.
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