Understand How Our Process Works
Admissions Process for the Master OF REAL ESTATE Degree Program
If you're thinking about applying for our real estate Master's degree program, you might be wondering how the whole admissions process works, and what's expected. Here are some high level basics on how it works.
- Complete and submit your application.
- An email notification will let you know that your application has been received.
- We will review your application and see if your experience meets our real estate Master's degree program admissions requirements.
- You will receive an email announcement within 30 days of your initial submission letting you know whether or not you have been accepted.
- If accepted, you will be able to register for courses starting the following session.
Key Admissions Requirements
To be admitted to REALTOR® University's Graduate School, applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from a U.S. institution accredited by, or in candidacy status with, a regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. International applicants must hold a degree recognized as equivalent to a U.S. baccalaureate degree. Applicants must also demonstrate quantitative and verbal skills proficiency (see Prerequisite Skills Placement). No specific undergraduate concentration or preparatory coursework is required for admission, however students admitted without specified courses in business administration may be required to take business core courses, adding to program length. Applicants should note that all instruction and services are provided in English.
Applicants who meet baccalaureate degree requirements and whose undergraduate cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is 3.00 or higher, in the last 60 credit-hours of the undergraduate program, are eligible for direct admission.
Applicants who meet baccalaureate degree requirements and whose undergraduate CGPA is below 3.00 must also achieve acceptable scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). GMAT and GRE test scores are valid up to five years from the date the exam is completed.
Applicants must also complete a personal interview with an admissions representative. Interviews can be scheduled during day or evening hours on weekdays, or on Saturday, by appointment, by contacting an admissions representative.
All admission decisions are based on evaluation of a candidate's academic credentials, entrance test scores and interview.
Admission of Post-Baccalaureate-Degree Holders
Applicants with post-baccalaureate degrees from regionally accredited institutions, or from international universities conferring degrees recognized as equivalent to U.S. post-baccalaureate degrees, may be granted admission to pursue additional degrees or to complete additional coursework. Such applicants must complete an application, interview with an admissions representative and provide official documentation of their degrees; however, they are not required to submit GMAT or GRE scores.
For questions regarding our admissions requirements or process, please email Admissions@RealtorUonline.net.
If you would like to transfer credits from another advanced education institution, you can learn more about our policy and process here.