Real EstateAbout Our Real Estate Program & The Industry
The Real Estate curriculum has been designed by the Business Administration Department for students who plan to enter the field in such areas as sales, brokerage, management, and escrows. The program prepares students for employment and qualifies them for the real estate brokers examination. Note: Real Estate courses may not be offered on a regular basis due to fluctuating demands on the Real Estate market.

Click Here to go to the California Bureau of Real Estate website for license and exam requirement information.


Employment opportunities exist in sales, with real estate finance organizations, appraising, or with title companies. Real Estate professionals are needed all over, but employment is most concentrated in large urban areas and smaller rapidly growing communities. Many "moonlighters," homemakers and retired persons are attracted to real estate sales due to the flexible and part-time work schedules characteristic of this field.


Employment of real estate agents and brokers is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations for the next several years. Salary potential is vast but is typically between approximately $19,000 to $46,500 per year for salaried agents.


Our teaching staff is complemented by fully equipped computer labs with extended hours, and all required software.

Associate in Arts:

Accounting, Bookkeeping, Business Administration, Finance & Banking, Management, Marketing and Real Estate.


Automated Accounting Technician, Business Administration, Finance & Banking, Management, Retail Management, Small Business Management, Marketing, Real Estate - Finance Specialization, Real Estate - Investment  Specialization, and Real Estate - Marketing Specialization.

Enrollment Fee Increase:

Click here for a list of current  Tuition &  Fees. the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver (BOGFW) program waives the enrollment and health fees of students who meet program eligibility criteria.  Interested students are encouraged to apply by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver application. 

Los Angeles City College offers university transferable, career, credit and not-for-credit courses on its main campus. Courses include the arts, basic and advanced mathematics and English, computer science and technology, business, science, social sciences, language and more. Courses are offered weekdays, day and evenings, on Saturdays and Online.