The Associate of Arts in Real Estate Studies will prepare students for a career in real estate; however, in order to practice real estate in your state, a license will be required. Most states require taking a pre-licensure course as well as passing an exam. For more information, check with your state’s Real Estate Commission, whose contact information may be found below:
To identify what education or training is typical for careers within the real estate field, use the O*Net hyperlinks below and click on “Job Zone.”
As with all majors, the education you receive serves as a foundation of knowledge that prepares you for what you may face in the professional world. This career field in particular will likely require additional education or experience.
There are several government agencies and organizations that seek candidates with degrees in real estate studies. The list below provides a few examples of federal agencies where degree holders might find employment.
Sample Position Titles
- Review Appraiser
- Realty Specialist
- Realty Officer
- Loan Review Specialist
While many of the major job search engines will have positions in several fields to choose from, the following search engine is specific to the real estate studies field:
Involvement in professional organizations is a great way to stay up-to-date on new technology, tools, and best practices in your field. Professional organizations are also a great networking opportunity. As a real estate studies major, you may be interested in the professional organization below.
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