Real Estate Academy

Real estate is a field well-suited for enterprising individuals at any career-stage, with agents enjoying a flexible schedule and potentially significant earnings. Charleston has recently been ranked among Trulia’s “Hot Real Estate Markets to Watch in 2016:” what better time and place to embark on a journey toward an agent’s license?

The College of Charleston School of Professional Studies can be the first step on that journey, providing the pre-licensing coursework required by the South Carolina Real Estate Commission.

Our 60-hour pre-licensing course is designed to thoroughly prepare prospective agents for the state exam, providing high-quality instruction from a certified instructor. We also offer students the peace of mind that comes with attending a trusted and well-respected academic institution.

The College of Charleston pre-licensing course is competitively priced, and is offered in both daytime and evening formats. We plan to offer continuing education courses and Broker A exam prep in Spring, 2017.



Facility

Courses are held at the College of Charleston North Campus: a brand-new building housing approximately 50,000 square feet of classroom and study space, and equipped with state-of-the-art technology. For student convenience, the North Campus facility also features ample free parking in a safe and well-lit lot, and a library with access to printers and copiers.

The CofC North Campus facility is located in North Charleston, at the intersection of Paramount Drive and Dorchester Road, and is easily accessed from I-526.

Instructor

Ray James is a licensed Broker-in-Charge in both South Carolina and Michigan, with more than three decades of commercial, residential and property management experience. James holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Western Michigan University, a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Grand Valley State University, and was the recipient of a Fellowship in Political Leadership at Michigan State University. In addition to his experience in the field, James has also spent 15 years teaching in a classroom setting.