Real Estate Associate’s Degree Programs | Associate's Degree Programs

Real Estate Associate’s Degree Programs

Career Options

  • Real Estate Broker
  • Real Estate Agent

Expected Salary

$42,680

Job Growth

11%

These projections are estimates based on data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Professionals in real estate are concerned with the complex process of selling and buying different types of properties in real estate. They have competencies in making sure the property has a fair price, getting homeowner’s insurance for the parties involved, making sure that properties are secure and safe and of course, writing out the documents necessary that are related to closings, titles, and taxes.

A real estate student must pursue license training on the specific area of real estate and pass a rigorous test. Although the requisites for real estate brokers vary from state to state, the real estate license is only given to students who gain training equivalent to a bachelor’s degree. Associate degree students wishing to gain a license must pursue further courses in real estate such as: