List of AQB Approved Degrees in Real Estate
Below is a full list of approved college/university degree programs. Click on each heading to see the full list of programs.
Once you click on each heading below, a table will show up. Within each table below there are three columns.
Note for Alumni:
- Column 1 (College/University) is the name of the college that houses the approved degree.
- Column 2 (Degree) is the name of the degree that was approved. This is hyperlinked to the degree webpage on the college's site.
- Column 3 (Approval Dates) are the dates in which the program is approved. These dates are hyperlinked to the approval letter for the degree with those specific dates.
To find if your degree was approved for when you obtained the degree, make sure there is a match for the year you graduated and the year of approval. For example, if you graduated with a listed degree in 2015, you want to make sure 2015 is within the range of approved years. You can then click on the approval letter to be sure you have taken any elective courses that are required for these hours. Students must take the entire degree and
any elective courses to qualify. Once you have verified that the information in the approval letter matches your degree, contact your state regulatory agency
to submit your coursework for credit.
Note for State Regulators:
You will notice some colleges/universities have multiple approval dates with no lapse. For example: Texas A&M University's Master of Real Estate has 2 approval dates: 2004-2015 and 2015-2024. This occurs when a college/university's degree program changes in some way (a course is added or dropped, an elective is added, a course substantially changes). This likely changes the amount of approved hours as well.
Please note: Some of these programs may require specific electives to be taken in order to receive credit. Please check the approval letters for more information.