Mission College Real Estate Department

Division: Business and Technology
Division Chair: Wael Abdeljabbar
Email: wael.abdeljabbar@wvm.edu
Tel: 408-855-5250
Counseling: 408-855-5030

Associate Faculty:
 
Frank Diaz - Escrow Instructor
Jeffrey Elliot - Law Instructor
Anthony Jones - Appraisal Instructor


The program goal is to provide the knowledge and skills in real estate so our citizens can participate in the making of economic decisions in their best interest in the buying, selling, investing, developing, and management of real estate. The real estate decision is one of the most important decisions people will make in their lifetime.

The Real Estate Program is designed to train our students in "Private Property Rights," which is the very foundation of our economic, system, so our population can enjoy the American dream of "Home Ownership."

Career Options:
  • Home Buyer and/or Home Seller
  • Real Estate Investor and Property Manager
  • Real Estate Salesperson and Broker
  • Real Estate Appraiser
  • Loan Processor and Loan Officer
  • Loan Underwriting Officer
  • Mortgage Insurance Processor and Officer
  • Mortgage Banker (Mortgage Company)
  • Escrow Officer and Title Insurance Officer
  • Real Estate Developer and Contractor
  • Property Tax Assessor and Accountant
  • Urban and City Planner
  • Legal Assistant and Real Estate Attorney
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Learning Outcomes

Graduates are trained to: buy and sell real estate on their own; become licensed real estate salespersons, and/or brokers; become licensed real estate appraisers, loan officers, escrow officers, real estate investors, property managers, and real estate developers. They are also trained in starting up their own real estate businesses and in meeting all the proper state license requirements.

AS Degree
  • Real Estate
Certificate
  • Real Estate (Levels I & II)
Catalog Information & Course Listings

Note:

  • All students should take Real Estate 090 (Principles of Real Estate), Real Estate 091 (Real Estate Practice), and One Elective to obtain their Real Estate Salesperson's License and applies to Broker's License.
  • All of the Real Estate courses listed above meet the requirements for the State of California Broker's License. Eight Real Estate courses are required for the Broker's License.
  • RLEST 096A Real Estate Investment I will be accepted by the California Department of Real Estate as an elective course to qualify for the real estate broker examination or in conjunction with an application for the salesperson license examination.
  • Appraisal students should start with Real Estate 90.
  • Level I and Level II certificates may be earned independent of one another.
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