Collin College Real Estate Program

Real Estate Course Listing - Spring 2024


Continuing Education Courses for License Holders

Real Estate at Collin College

Real estate is a dynamic field in which highly motivated people can create their own success stories. The degree program in real estate is designed with flexibility to allow students to successfully achieve a goal, whether it be personal knowledge, earning an Associate's degree, completion of a certificate program, transfer to a college or university, or active real estate licensing.

Students will explore a variety of topics including fundamentals and principles of real estate, sources of financing, state and federal influences on financing, legal rights of owners, buyers and brokers, property appraisal, contract negotiations, and closing. An excellent instructional staff and a cooperative education program with local brokers give real estate students at Collin College a personalized, practical, high quality education.

Helpful Information

Requirements for Licensing

Learn more about the requirements for obtaining a real estate license in the state of Texas.
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Program Brochure and FAQs

Read more about our program and some frequently asked questions.
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Real Estate Information Sheet

Discover more about real estate as a career.
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Program Requirements and Costs

Find out more about our program requirements and costs.
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Popular FAQs

Where do the Real Estate classes meet?

Most of our in-person classes meet at the Frisco campus, although some are held at the Wylie, Farmersville and Celina campuses. Please refer to the Class Schedule page for more details.

How often do the Real Estate classes meet?

We offer our Real Estate courses in innovative 5- and 8-week express formats, making it easy for you to complete multiple courses in a semester on a schedule that works for you.

How do I sign up for Real Estate classes?

To enroll in classes at Collin College, you must first be admitted as a Credit or Non-Credit student. That process can be started here. Once you are admitted, you can register for classes. That process is explained here.

What do I need to do before the start of my Real Estate class?

Be sure to monitor your school e-mail address and your Canvas course messages for important start-of-class information from your instructor. If you don't know how to check your school e-mail or Canvas messages, or if you haven't yet set up your OneLogin Protect account, that information can be found here.

What degrees and certificates does Collin College offer in Real Estate?

We offer an Associate of Applied Science degree in Real Estate Management that is designed to meet the Texas Real Estate Commission educational requirements for obtaining a Real Estate Broker License. We also offer a Level 1 Certificate Program designed to meet the initial requirements for licensing as a Real Estate Sales Agent.

How do I submit my education to the Texas Real Estate Commission?

Students should order a transcript and submit it to TREC for evaluation when they submit their license applications. Credit students can order an official transcript here. Non-Credit / Continuing Education students can request their transcript here.

Do you offer continuing education for current real etate license holders?

We do! Go to our Continuing Education page to see a calendar of our current course offerings.
Please contact our faculty or program coach if you have any questions that are not answered here.
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LinkedIn Page

Our department maintains an active presence on LinkedIn. Please follow us for up-to-date news and information on the Real Estate program.


Speaker Series

We bring guest speakers to campus via Zoom several times a semester to give our students information on developments in the real estate industry and to talk about career options. You can access a list of recorded talks here.

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Education Series

Click here to access recorded talks on more general real estate topics.


Discipline Lead & Professor Bart McLeroy

Frisco Campus, Heritage Hall

Professor Bill Kukla

Frisco Campus, Heritage Hall

Program Coach Suzette Ricketts

Frisco Campus, Founders Hall