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Real Estate Certificate

Real Estate Certificate

Real Estate Certificate

McCombs School of Business McCombs School of Business

Undergraduate Certificate Program

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This transcript-recognized real estate program is available to full-time undergraduate students enrolled at UT Austin, regardless of major. Application and admission to the program is required.

The real estate certificate program is more than a minor and can be pursued alongside any undergraduate degree at UT Austin. Industry raised $4MM to fund this program, which focuses on interdisciplinary understanding of real estate’s broad scope, as well as proficiency in real estate finance. Launched in 2012, the program has realized significant popularity among students and success with placement at top firms.  

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Certificate Requirements

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The Real Estate Certificate requires two prerequisite courses (6 hours) in accounting and finance, and six courses (18 hours) including real estate finance, development, investment or law, and electives in architecture, economics, engineering or urban planning. 

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Real Estate Career Services

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Student members of the Undergraduate Real Estate Society (URES) gain exclusive access to the Center’s career development resources, trips to visit development projects and industry firms, ARGUS and Excel software trainings, case competitions and more!

Real Estate Career Services

Student Spotlight

What interests you most about Real Estate? 

"Real Estate isn't a set profession. It is consistently evolving. Individuals can pursue investing on their own, working for a major investment company, or making it a combination of both."

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Kase Pappert headshot

What interests you most about Real Estate? 

"Real Estate isn't a set profession. It is consistently evolving. Individuals can pursue investing on their own, working for a major investment company, or making it a combination of both."

Kase Pappert headshot
Kase Pappert headshot
Kase Pappert headshot
Kase Pappert headshot

What interests you most about Real Estate? 

"Real Estate isn't a set profession. It is consistently evolving. Individuals can pursue investing on their own, working for a major investment company, or making it a combination of both."

Real Estate Society

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Through the Undergraduate Real Estate Society, the Center offers several co-curricular activities that augment time spent in the classroom. Benefits include specialized real estate career assistance, exclusive project and company visits, software training, case competitions, industry conferences and more.

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