Real estate agents assist people in buying, selling and renting properties and businesses while working for brokers on a contractual basis. Some real estate agents work for construction companies, promoting homes that the company is building.
Students who complete the real estate certificate are qualified to pursue licensure as a real estate salesperson. The Ohio Real Estate Commission has approved the following courses in preparation for licensure: REA210 Real Estate Principles, REA220 Real Estate Law, REA230 Real Estate Finance and REA240 Real Estate Appraisal. Credits earned in the Real Estate Certificate also apply toward a banking & finance degree.
Please contact Janet Delcamp, dean of Allied Health, Business, and Public Services Division, at jdelcamp@NorthwestState.edu or 419-267-1258 for information on the status of this program.
Real estate careers are expected to grow on-pace with most other careers through 2026. Learn more about the career outlook.
Gainful employment information for NSCC’s certificate programs is available online. Gainful employment information includes: estimated cost of the program, average student loan debt and types of jobs available.