Fordham University’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies, in conjunction with the New York Real Estate Institute, is offering a pair of certificate programs on its Westchester campus.
The Standard Real Estate Principles (SREP) certificate is designed for people employed in the real estate industry or for those seeking entry-level employment in areas such as office administration, basic bookkeeping, budgeting, computer software utilization, leasing, tenant-public relations and debt service. The total cost for the certificate program is $350.
The following courses, totaling 26.25 credit hours, make up the SREP certificate:
• April 9: Property Management and Managing Risk
• April 16: New York Landlord Tenant Relationships, Parts 1 and 2
• April 23: Zoning Compliance and Urban Development
• May 14: Fair Housing
The Fundamentals of Construction Administration (FOCA) certificate is designed for people employed in the construction industry or those seeking entry-level employment in areas such as general contracting, construction administration, support quality control assistance and project scheduling. The total cost for this certificate program is $575.
The following courses, totaling 33.75 credit hours, make up the FOCA certificate:
• June 11: Zoning Compliance and Urban Development
• June 12, 19 and 26: Construction Project Management
• June 18: Fair Housing
All courses have been approved by the New York Department of State for real estate continuing education credits. Individual courses may be taken without completing the certificate.
Fordham Westchester will host an information session at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 30, in Room 142. To RSVP, go to www.pcs.fordham.edu/visit and click on the Real Estate Certificate Program link.
For more information or to register for the certificate programs, visit www.pcs.fordham.edu/realestate.