Institute Membership - University Fast Track
Institute Membership - University Fast Track
Earn the CCIM designation at an accelerated pace though the University Fast Track. Graduates of real estate master’s programs from approved colleges and universities can receive credit for three CCIM core courses - CI 101, CI 102, CI103 or CI 104 - and have the elective credit requirement waived. Once approved, members have 24 months to earn the designation.
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Save up to 30 percent on all CCIM courses when you register as a member. CCIM designees can retake courses at a substantial discount through the Life After the Pin benefit.
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How to earn the CCIM designation:
These are steps, not the order of completion. Completed coursework and an approved portfolio are prerequisites to the Comprehensive Exam. Candidates are encouraged to work on their portfolio after completing the required core course.
Upon approval of your University Fast Track application, you will receive credit for CI 101 and two of the following core courses depending on your specific university (CI 102, CI 103 or CI 104). The three elective credit requirement is also waived.
Join the CCIM Institute as a University Fast Track candidate
$595 - U.S.
Successfully complete the designation curriculum
The designation curriculum includes:
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Submit your Portfolio of Qualifying Experience
The Portfolio of Qualifying Experience demonstrates the depth of your commercial real estate experience.
Pass the Comprehensive Exam
Also known as the Comp Exam, this cumulative "final exam" tests your knowledge of the CCIM skill sets.
The following universities have a recognized agreement in place for those individuals completing a specific master’s program:
American University – Master of Finance and Real Estate and Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate
Arizona State University – Masters in Real Estate Development
Auburn University – Master of Real Estate Development
Baruch, The City College of New York – Master of Business Administration in Real Estate or Master of Science in Real Estate
Clemson University – Master of Real Estate Development
Columbia University – Master of Science in Real Estate Development
Cornell University – Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate
DePaul University – Master of Science in Real Estate Development
Emory University - Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Real Estate
Florida International University – Master of Science in International Real Estate
Georgetown University – Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate
Georgia State University – Master of Science in Real Estate
Johns Hopkins University – Master of Real Estate Development
Kangnam University – Master of Science in Real Estate and Doctorate of Science in Real Estate
Kellogg School of Management – Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate
Konkuk University – Real Estate Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) – Master of Real Estate Development
New York University – Master of Science in Real Estate
Rice University – Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate
Southern Methodist University - Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Real Estate
Texas A&M University – Master of Real Estate Development and Master of Science in Land Development
University of Alabama – Master of Science in Real Estate
University of California Los Angeles - Master of Business Administration with an Emphasis in Real Estate
University of Central Florida - Master of Science in Real Estate
University of Cincinnati – Master of Real Estate Development
University of Colorado-Boulder - Master of Business Administration with an Emphasis in Real Estate
University of Denver – Master of Science in Real Estate Construction Management
University of Florida – Master of Science in Real Estate
University of Georgia – Master of Real Estate Development
University of Miami – Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate or a Master in Real Estate Development and Urbanism
University of Missouri at Kansas City – Masters in Entrepreneurial Real Estate
University of North Carolina - Charlotte – Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate
University of San Diego – Master of Science in Real Estate
University of Southern California – Master of Real Estate Development
University of St. Thomas – Master of Science in Real Estate
University of Texas at Arlington - Master of Science in Real Estate
University of Texas at Austin - Master of Business Administration with a Real Estate Finance Concentration
University of Texas at Dallas – Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate
University of Utah - Master of Real Estate Development
University of Wisconsin – Master of Business Administration
Vanderbilt University – Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Real Estate
Virginia Commonwealth University - Master of Science in Real Estate Valuation or a Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Real Estate
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