|UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AIC and the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business are partners in offering a unique program designed for highly-motivated people seeking to join the real property valuation profession–and for valuation practitioners already employed in the industry who want to upgrade their education. Please contact the Real Estate Division for details on mature student admissions. For more information, visit www.realestate.ubc.ca/AIC
The Bachelor of Business in Real Estate (BBRE)
The Bachelor of Business in Real Estate (BBRE) has been jointly developed by the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia, the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Thompson Rivers University (TRU) – Open Learning, with ongoing support from BC’s Real Estate Foundation. The BBRE is a part-time program, delivered via distance education and is offered by both UBC and TRU. For more details, visit www.realestate.ubc.ca/BBRE
UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL The Appraisal Institute of Canada and Université Laval have an exclusive partnership to deliver the AIC Professional Program of Study in French to real estate valuation professionals working towards the Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute (AACI™) and Canadian Residential Appraiser (CRA™) professional designations. The French AIC Program of Professional Studies Program now offers distance learning courses through the Université Laval’s Faculty of Business Administration (FSA ULaval) regular undergraduate programs.
The certificate program in real estate, the Programme de Certificat en Gestion urbaine et immobilière, is the academic requirement for those Candidates working towards both the AACI and the CRA professional designations whereas the microprogram in real estate, the Microprogramme de 1er cycle en Gestion urbaine et immobilière, fills the requirement for those who are working towards the CRA professional designation.
All distance courses are available to all French-speaking Candidate Members across Canada through advanced distance learning technology.
Visit Université Laval website for information on its certificate program and microprogram.
|UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH The University of Guelph offers both a Real Estate and Housing major in its B.Comm program. The B.Comm Real Estate and Housing is one of only two undergraduate programs in Canada that specialize in the real estate sector. It takes a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of residential and commercial/investment real estate. Visit the University of Guelph program website for admission requirements and more information on the program.|
|ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY The Athabasca University School of Business, the UBC Real Estate Division, and AIC have developed a program plan whereby students in Athabasca’s business programs can complete the educational requirements for AIC’s Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute (AACI, P. App) designation as a part of their studies towards either the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Management degree. For more information, visit www.athabascau.ca/collab/ubc-aic.php.|
|SENECA COLLEGE Seneca College offers subjects which lead to AIC’s CRA and AACI designations, as well as UBC’s Diploma in Urban Land Economics. Successful completion of the AIC course components of the program also earn students 50-60 degree credits toward the Bachelor of Business in Real Estate Program (BBRE) offered by the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Thompson Rivers University (TRU). For more details, visit the UBC AIC/Seneca web page.|
Langara College is a gateway to the real estate appraisal profession through its Real Property Analyst Certificate Program. For anyone with an interest in the valuation profession, you can begin your future in real estate at Langara College. Langara College works closely with the University of British Columbia and the Appraisal Institute of Canada to ensure that our courses and programs are aligned with educational standards across the profession. Download the Real Property Analyst Certificate Program Overview or visit the Langara College site.