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Schools Offering Real Estate Programs in Texas
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The top-ranked school in Texas with a real estate program is Texas A & M University, which is located in College Station. In 2010, it was ranked 15th nationwide. In 2010, Texas A & M University graduated 54 students from its real estate program. Texas A & M University charged in-state students $8,387 in tuition fees per year.
Texas Christian University, which is located in Fort Worth, is the second-ranked school in Texas that has a real estate program. It received a ranking of 28th in the country in 2010. In 2010, Texas Christian University graduated 48 students from its real estate program. Students at Texas Christian University paid $30,090 per year in tuition fees.
The third-ranked school in Texas with a real estate program is The University of Texas at San Antonio, which is located in San Antonio. In 2010, it was ranked 43rd nationwide. In 2010, 35 students graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio real estate program. The tuition rate at The University of Texas at San Antonio was $6,718 per year.
If you are hoping to attend one of Texas' real estate schools, you can expect to pay an average tuition of $5,680 per year, though tuition can range from $37,230 per year to $1,007 per year. The Texas real estate schools with the highest tuition rates in 2010 were:
- Southern Methodist University - located in Dallas, students are charged $37,230 per year
- Texas Christian University - located in Fort Worth, students are charged $30,090 per year
- Baylor University - located in Waco, students are charged $29,884 per year
The real estate schools that charged the lowest tuition rates in Texas were:
- College of the Mainland - located in Texas City, students are charged $1,007 per year
- Collin County Community College District - located in McKinney, students are charged $1,024 per year
- Tarrant County College District - located in Fort Worth, students are charged $1,200 per year
A real estate degree from a Texas school... what next?
The Texas counties with the largest populations of real estate professional are:
- Collin County - 9,530 real estate professionals
- Austin County - 9,320 real estate professionals
- Bastrop County - 3,010 real estate professionals
The government projects that, by 2018, the number of real estate professionals in the state of Texas will grow to 85,950. This would require a 14% growth in the field.
real estate professionals in Texas earn $52,117 per year on average. But, salaries for real estate professional can vary. In 2010, real estate professional made as little as less than $15,520 per year or as much as more than $136,200 per year in Texas. On average real estate professional earn the most in the following Texas counties:
- Gregg County - $68,500 per year
- Collin County - $59,433 per year
- Atascosa County - $56,943 per year
The following counties in Texas have the lowest average salaries for real estate professional:
- Irion County - $29,155 per year
- Cameron County - $35,660 per year
- Crosby County - $37,137 per year
On average, the highest paid real estate professionals in Texas were:
- Assessor - $53,840 per year
- Property Manager - $52,970 per year
- Realtor - $49,540 per year
On average, the lowest paid real estate professionals in Texas were:
- Property Manager - $52,970 per year
- Realtor - $49,540 per year
Take a look at the graphs and charts below for additional Texas statistics regarding a career in real estate and to compare salaries with a variety of related fields such as property management or small business.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Real Estate in Texas
- Bachelor's Degree in Real Estate in Texas
- Master's Degree in Real Estate in Texas
- Certificate in Real Estate in Texas
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Featured Online Schools
|Distance||School||City||State||Rating||Acceptance Rate||Student Population|
|6,548 miles from location||Houston Community College||Houston||TX||16.1985||n/a||54,942|
|6,603 miles from location||Texas A & M University||College Station||TX||85.085||53%||48,702|
|6,651 miles from location||Tarrant County College District||Fort Worth||TX||13.2456||n/a||44,355|
|6,685 miles from location||Austin Community College District||Austin||TX||12.3025||n/a||40,248|
|6,638 miles from location||University of North Texas||Denton||TX||34.4764||43%||35,003|
|6,744 miles from location||The University of Texas at San Antonio||San Antonio||TX||56.7437||44%||28,955|
|6,639 miles from location||The University of Texas at Arlington||Arlington||TX||27.8116||55%||28,085|
|6,532 miles from location||San Jacinto Community College||Pasadena||TX||12.8421||n/a||27,011|
|6,619 miles from location||Collin County Community College District||McKinney||TX||11.5039||n/a||24,872|
|6,736 miles from location||San Antonio College||San Antonio||TX||9.68457||n/a||24,135|
|6,684 miles from location||Central Texas College||Killeen||TX||16.1488||n/a||24,133|
|6,616 miles from location||Richland College||Dallas||TX||10.4096||n/a||18,201|
|6,608 miles from location||Blinn College||Brenham||TX||12.7436||n/a||17,173|
|6,644 miles from location||Baylor University||Waco||TX||38.572||20%||14,614|
|6,678 miles from location||Del Mar College||Corpus Christi||TX||11.9255||n/a||12,069|
|6,629 miles from location||North Lake College||Irving||TX||8.42751||n/a||11,644|
|6,893 miles from location||Amarillo College||Amarillo||TX||10.9218||n/a||11,289|
|6,619 miles from location||Southern Methodist University||Dallas||TX||37.1432||30%||10,891|
|6,936 miles from location||South Plains College||Levelland||TX||9.63264||n/a||10,011|
|6,808 miles from location||Laredo Community College||Laredo||TX||16.3512||n/a||9,361|
|6,647 miles from location||McLennan Community College||Waco||TX||12.8193||n/a||9,128|
|6,653 miles from location||Texas Christian University||Fort Worth||TX||72.2184||26%||8,853|
|6,841 miles from location||Angelo State University||San Angelo||TX||22.3683||52%||6,387|
|6,933 miles from location||Midland College||Midland||TX||17.4861||n/a||6,227|
|6,619 miles from location||Cedar Valley College||Lancaster||TX||9.01299||n/a||5,886|
|6,504 miles from location||Angelina College||Lufkin||TX||14.5469||n/a||5,422|
|6,460 miles from location||Texarkana College||Texarkana||TX||13.8651||n/a||5,018|
|6,935 miles from location||Cisco College||Cisco||TX||12.0718||n/a||4,260|
|6,526 miles from location||College of the Mainland||Texas City||TX||8.31197||n/a||3,916|
|6,469 miles from location||Lamar Institute of Technology||Beaumont||TX||11.9688||n/a||3,154|
Curious what studying Real Estate gets you?
Check out the different options and how they're looking in Texas
|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Real Estate Sales Agents +||15,040||$49,540||37.6%|
|Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers +||13,550||$52,970||-15.1%|
|Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate +||5,020||$53,840||2.9%|
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