Summer 2013 Course Offerings (highlighted in yellow)
Fall 2013 Course Offerings (highlighted in yellow)
Some elective courses are restricted to students in a particular major. Non-business students who have fulfilled the prerequisite requirements for RE 358 and need a waiver for registration should submit their request to William Way, Texas URE Program Advisor. The prerequisite for LEB 363 will be waived for Texas URE students upon request. Waiver requests for Architectural Engineering courses must be submitted online through the Non-CAEE Major Registration Request. Some Architecture courses require consent of the instructor and registration through the School's Academic Advisors. Non-Urban Studies majors must wait until the first class day to register for URB courses. Registration requires coordination with the URB Academic Advisor. Not all requests can be accommodated. Access for registration depends on availability and may also require approval of the department offering the course.
Prerequisite course(s) for non-business students are also available through University Extension. All other program coursework must be completed in residence. Courses completed at other academic institutions, online or abroad cannot be counted toward or in lieu of the program's 18 hours of coursework. Transfer credit for the prerequisite courses will be evaluated on a case by case basis to ensure consistency in the topics covered.
Receiving Your Certificate
In order to receive transcript certification, students must apply for the certificate at the same time they apply for graduation or upon completion of the program, whichever is later. The Texas URE certificate application must be completed separately from your graduation application. The online Texas URE completion certification request is coming soon; in the meantime, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with certification requests.
You can search for course syllabi online.
Student Organizations and Events
The Undergraduate Real Estate Society (URES) is a student organization, which holds several events throughout the year to assist students interested in commercial real estate careers network with industry professionals and like-minded fellow students. URES hosts a variety of "treks," where students have the opportunity to go out and meet with companies about their work in the real estate industry.
For all events listings and recent Texas URE news, please visit our News and Events Page.