BRING YOUR OWN PASSION
You belong here! The real estate credential (minor/certificate) is available to all full-time UT undergraduates in business and non-business majors. Bring your enthusiasm and make it happen.
FOR CURRENT UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTSAn undergraduate certificate or minor can be pursued alongside any undergraduate degree at UT Austin. This transcript-recognized real estate program requires application and admission. It is offered only for current undergraduate students and is not a standalone program for people that have already graduated. The certificate does not include real estate licensure – a different certification not associated with our program, offered by the State of Texas.
My favorite part about the certificate was that I received access to McCombs classes and professors without being a business major.
The specific program you choose depends on the Undergraduate Catalog that was in effect when you first enrolled in classes at UT Austin.
- If you are in the 2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog, apply for the Real Estate Minor.
- If you are in the 2016-2018 or 2018-2020 Undergraduate Catalog, apply for the Real Estate Certificate.
APPLICATION DEADLINES are associated with course registration schedules. We collect applications up to and including the following dates. You will be notified shortly after that, before the registration opening, whether you are accepted.
- October 1st
- January 5th
- April 1st
- August 15th
The certificate and minor require courses in accounting, finance, real estate finance, development, investment or law, and electives in architecture, economics, engineering, or urban planning. Students in the 2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog and beyond are eligible for the minor. All students under earlier Undergraduate Catalogs must apply for the certificate.
Attend an information session and make an informed decision.
Pursuing the Certificate has made me more excited about diving into the industry once I graduate.
The Real Estate Certificate provided me with an amazing sense of community in the commercial real estate industry.