Students can get help from Real Estate Division academic staff and industry specialists, by e-mail or telephone. There are also many other helpful resources available to students on the course website.
Students should expect to commit at least ten hours per week to their studies and assignments. The material is not easy. Diligence, organization, and self-discipline are essential. Each course has a set schedule for assignments, projects, and examinations -- please note there are fees imposed for late submissions of assignments and projects, as well as for deferral of examinations or transferring to subsequent terms.
Additional Course Requirements
The Hewlett Packard (HP) 10BII/10BII+ calculator will be used in the demonstration of analytical techniques in the program of studies; however, there are a variety of pre-programmed financial calculators on the market, some of which will perform more sophisticated calculations or have greater programming capacity. You may use any financial calculator for the course and examination, providing it is silent, cordless, handheld and not alphanumeric and programmable. Many stationary and department stores sell the HP 10BII/10BII+ and you are encouraged to "comparison" shop because discount or sales prices are often available. If you are unable to locate the calculator in your area, one can be purchased online at the Real Estate Division Bookstore.
All students taking Real Estate Division courses must have high-speed access to the internet. Most course materials including videos and learning resources are available online, and all assignments and projects are also submitted online. Access to a high-quality printer is also beneficial as it is sometimes necessary to print certain materials from Real Estate Division website.
View a copy of the full program regulations from the Real Estate Division Student Handbook: Credit Courses.
Most Real Estate Division courses end with a final examination. For more information on exam scheduling, availability, and registration, go to Examinations.
A number of awards are available to students in the Real Estate Division’s credit programs.