California Real Estate Schools with Program Overviews

Real estate programs are offered by a number of schools in California. Riverside Community College and the City College of San Francisco are two of the largest schools in California that offer real estate programs.

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Riverside Community College's Real Estate Programs

Riverside Community College, with campuses in Riverside City, Moreno Valley and Norco, has over 100 degree programs and 30,000 students. Real estate coursework is included in the business and information technology programs on each campus.

Certificate of Achievement, Business Administration, Real Estate Concentration

The business administration certificate requires 18 hours in core business classes that cover accounting, basic business principles, business math and management communications. For the real estate concentration, students must also complete 12 hours in specialized real estate classes, such as real estate principles and practices, legal aspects, finance, appraisal and escrow procedures.

Associate in Science Degree in Business Administration with a Real Estate Concentration

This associate's degree program with a concentration in real estate requires students to complete 30 general education credits, a business administration core and real estate coursework. Specialized real estate classes provide instruction in the history of California real estate, types of property, real estate taxes, ethical issues and property appraisal.

Contact Information

  • Address: 4800 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, CA 92506
  • Telephone Number: (951) 222-8000

City College of San Francisco's Real Estate Programs

With over 30,000 students and eight campuses, the City College of San Francisco is one of the largest public universities in the U.S. The college offers real estate programs at its downtown San Francisco location. These programs prepare students to sit for the California State examination to receive a salesperson's or broker's license.

Award of Achievement in California Real Estate

This real estate certificate provides a basic foundation in real estate principles, practices, law and economics. The curriculum includes six courses for a total of 18 credits.

California Real Estate Certificate

This 24-credit certificate program incorporates 18 credits of real estate core courses plus an additional six hours in real estate or business electives. Students learn techniques and practices for property appraisal, real estate financing and managing legal issues. Those students currently holding a California real estate broker's or salesperson's license may take another course in place of the introductory real estate class.

Associate in Science in Real Estate

City College of San Francisco offers 13 real estate classes within the Business Department. To earn the associate's degree, students must complete 60 credit hours in general education, business and real estate coursework. The curriculum includes training in basic real estate practice, escrow, property management, economics, appraisal and computer applications. Students may be eligible to earn credit for real estate work experience.

Contact Information

  • Address: 50 Phelan Ave., San Francisco, CA 94112
  • Telephone Number: (415) 239-3000
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