UC Clermont offers a dynamic Real Estate option that helps prepare students to enter the interesting and challenging world of realty. Upon completion of the required courses, students can expect to be prepared to take the state exam to acquire their state certified license to become realtors for Ohio. We are one of only two colleges that offer this option in southern Ohio.
There are three courses which are mandated by the Ohio Division of Real Estate which need to be completed to enable an individual to sit for the Ohio Real Estate Salesperson exam, which are as follows:
- Real Estate Principles & Practices (3 credit hours)
- Real Estate Law (3 credit hours)
- Real Estate Finance & Appraisal (3 credit hours)
These courses are conducted over a five-week accelerated program held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Real Estate Principles & Practices is the first five-week session and kicks off each Fall and Spring Semester, followed by Real Estate Law then Real Estate Finance & Appraisal. There are no real estate classes offered during the Summer semester.
Students who are not enrolled in a degree-seeking program are not eligible for financial aid.
For more information about signing up for these class through UC Clermont, see our Non-Degree Seeking page.
For more information on the process: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Licensure Requirements