The Real Estate Letter of Recognition provides students with the knowledge necessary to take the real estate salesperson licensing examination and the ability to analyze potential real estate investments. Students passing the Real Estate Principles and Practices course (BRE-1030) may apply to take the Maryland Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Examination. BRE-1030 is 60 classroom hours in length. The Real Estate Finance and Investment course (BRE-2030) includes cash-flow forecasting, financing, tax implications and timing of property disposal as related to investing in real estate. BRE-2030 is 45 classroom hours in length. Credits earned for the Real Estate Letter of Recognition may be applied as electives to the Business Management Associate of Applied Science degree.
GPA Requirement for LOR's
- You must have an average GPA of 2.00 or better for the courses required to earn the Letter of Recognition. At least one of the courses must have been taken at Prince George's Community College.
Real Estate (Letter of Recognition)