Real Estate Course Opportunities

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Begin your Texas real estate career by viewing the educational requirements below under: “Texas Salesperson Pre-Licensing Courses”. Once you review the requirements, register by selecting the appropriate course(s). If you are already licensed and are interested in obtaining a Texas real estate broker license, simply review the educational requirements below under: “Texas Broker Pre- Licensing Courses” and then select the course(s) you would like to complete.

Texas A&M University-Commerce (provider # 203) offers Texas real estate courses for Pre- licensing, Salesperson Apprentice Education (SAE) and Broker program requirements, in conjunction with Continuing Education for Licensing, Inc. (C.E.L.I.). All courses are accepted by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) and include a quality textbook, which is yours to keep. All courses and materials are also approved by Texas A&M University-Commerce and C.E.L.I. to assure the student receives the best material available.

Do you need to renew your Texas real estate salesperson or broker license? To renew either of these licenses, first determine if your license renewal is in Salesperson Apprentice Education (SAE) or Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) status by viewing the descriptions below titled: “Texas SAE (Salesperson Apprentice Education) Courses” or “Texas MCE (Mandatory Continuing Education) Courses”. Once you have determined your continuing education requirement, make your course selection from the appropriate course offerings and select the course you would like to complete. Take advantage of the convenient home study courses offered through Texas A&M University-Commerce in association with Continuing Education for Licensing, Inc. (C.E.L.I.) and complete your education requirements on YOUR time and schedule.

Texas A&M University-Commerce (provider #0138), in association with Continuing Education for Licensing, Inc. (C.E.L.I.) offers Texas real estate courses for Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) in a correspondence program with your choice of online or proctored testing. All courses are approved by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC).

Our qualified and professional staff is available to assist you in selecting a Texas real estate salesperson/broker pre-licensing, SAE or MCE course, as well as answer any questions.

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Texas Sales Agent Pre-Licensing Courses

As of 09/01/2012, an applicant must have a minimum of 180 hours, consisting of Principles of Real Estate, Law of Agency, Law of Contracts, Promulgated Contracts, and Real Estate Finance to be eligible to take the Texas Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Exam. Related course credit may no longer be used to meet education requirements for a salespersons license.

Texas Broker Pre-Licensing Courses

To be eligible to take the Texas real estate Broker exam, a Salesperson must have an active license during the 60 month period immediately preceding the filing of the application and must demonstrate not less than 3600 points of qualifying practical experience obtained during four out of five years. Salespersons must obtain a total of 900 hours, of which 270 hours must be in CORE courses; the additional 630 hours may be in CORE or RELATED. A 30 hour Brokerage course must also be completed as part of the 270 CORE hours.

Texas SAE (Sales Agent Apprentice Education) Courses

For those applying on or after 09/01/2012: All active AND inactive salespersons, who are under the SAE requirement must show evidence of having completed a minimum of 90 hours in core real estate education during the two year license term, so that a total of 270 hours have been completed by the end of the second year of licensure.

Texas CE (Continuing Education) Courses

Continuing Education (CE) - Active Sales Agents who are not subject to SAE requirements are required to complete CE for an active license renewal. Effective January 1, 2016, the CE requirement is 18 hours. Licensees subject to CE must complete the TREC Legal Update I (4 hours) and TREC Legal Update II (4 hours) courses, in addition to 10 elective hours.