Real Estate Sales Certificate | Madison College

The Real Estate Sales certificate at Madison College is for those who want more than a license – or two. This certificate includes pre-licensing education for the Real Estate Salesperson and Broker licenses. You will also learn to manage real estate and hone your selling and social media skills.

A part of your learning includes a paid or unpaid internship. At your internship, you will develop real-world job skills and industry contacts. Many real estate related jobs qualify. To fit your schedule, the internship course is offered every semester. You will create a portfolio, which includes a cover letter, resume, and a record of your 140 hours of work experience. An internship is a great way to start your career. Many interns are hired at the end of their internship. If you are an employer interested in an internship, please contact the program director Anne Blood: ablood@madisoncollege.edu.

Program Details

Students in the Real Estate Sales certificate program can attend part-time.=

Careers

Graduates of Madison College’s Real Estate Sales certificate program are ready for a range of professional positions in the field of Real Estate Sales, including:

  • Assessor/Home Inspector
  • Loan Officer
  • Property Manager
  • Real Estate Broker
  • Real Estate Salesperson
  • Rental Agent

Real Estate Licensing

There are two levels of real estate licensing in Wisconsin, the Real Estate Salesperson License and the Real Estate Broker License. Both licenses involve certification of pre-licensing education and passing the licensing test administered by the Department of Safety and Professional Services.  

Taking Real Estate Law and Sales at Madison College qualifies you for the Real Estate Sales Examination. When you pass your examination, you can apply for your Real Estate Sales License. 

All Real Estate Sales and Brokers Examination requirements must be met to obtain your Real Estate Broker License. Madison College's Real Estate Broker Management class fulfills the broker education requirement.

Real Estate Continuing Education

Once you are a real estate licensee, you must complete 18 hours of continuing education every two years. Earn 18 CEUs in a single, self-paced, online course offering and sign up for our Wisconsin Real Estate continuing education course. 

Continuing education credits are now approved for continuing legal education for attorneys! 18 total CLE's have been approved.

Register for WI Real Estate Biennium CE using your MyMadisonCollege account or call (608) 258-2301, Option 2 for assistance.