Credit or registration for one of the following is required at the time of application:
- Business students: FIN 357
- Non-business students: FIN 320F
NOTE: ECO 301 or the equivalent (ECO 304K and ECO 304L) is strongly recommended for non-business students. The program’s required coursework will build upon the economic principles taught in this(these) course(s).
The Texas URE program requires six distinct courses totaling 18 semester hours. The coursework synthesizes multiple disciplines to provide a comprehensive real estate education. The requirements are divided into three categories as follows:
CATEGORY A (6 Hours)
||Introduction to Real Estate and Urban Land Development
||RE 378K Real Estate Finance and Syndication
The courses necessary to obtain the Texas URE certification may have additional prerequisites and admission to the program is required as a condition of enrollment in some courses. It typically requires three long semesters to complete the 18 hours of real estate certificate classes due to availability and sequencing.
Credit/registration for either FIN 320F or FIN 357 is required at the time of application. Once accepted to the program, non-finance students may request access to add RE 358 and take both courses concurrently. However, if the finance course is dropped, enrollment in RE 358 must also be withdrawn.
Curriculum Schedule & Planning
At this time, the program's prerequisite courses are offered every semester, during the summer and also online through University Extension. RE 358 is currently offered each fall and spring, RE 378K is offered only in spring, LEB 363 is offered only in spring and RE 376G is offered only in the fall. RE 358, RE 378K, LEB 363 and RE 376G are not offered in the summer.