- Delivery: Evening Classes
- Start: Fall or Spring Semester, Full- or Part-Time
- Location: Apple Valley Site
Program Data Sheet
This program prepares students to administer, operate, market and maintain real property in order to achieve the objectives of the property's owner. Students will learn to work with both the owners of the properties and the tenants/residents who work or live in the properties.
Credit for Prior Learning (CPL)
A property manager is responsible for making sure the property they manage meets the owner's goals and objectives. This work includes screening prospective tenants, showing rental space and/or apartments, negotiating leases, problem solving and customer service. This work will lead to a career in managing and training other property managers.
Potential Job Titles
- Apartment Rental Agent
- Condominium Association Manager
- Facilities Coordinator
- Housing Manager
- Property Manager
- Investment Property Owner
- Residential Property Managers
Average Wage: $29.05/hour
Top Earners: $48.88/hour
Gainful Employment Reports
- Property Management - Certificate 18 credits
- Lee Anne Xiong
Enrollment Advisor and Financial Aid Specialist
According to research conducted by Salary.com and Money Magazine, real estate management ranks 23rd among the best jobs in America. The U.S. department of Labor indicates that the demand for property managers will increase by 15% by the year 2016. In addition to property management there is a growing need for Community Association Managers. CNN has previously named Commercial Property Management as one of the top 50 jobs in the United States. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics stated a overwhelming need for Property Managers over the next decade.