Students may earn a professional designation in appraisal from the Appraisal Institute of Canada. All five Langara courses listed below apply toward a designation from this professional institute.
The following three courses in Langara’s Real Property Analyst Certificate program may be applied toward the CRA designation (Canadian Residential Appraiser) from the Appraisal Institute of Canada:
* Real Estate Appraisal
* Residential Construction
* Real Estate Law
The above three courses, plus the following two courses, may be applied toward the AACI designation (Accredited Appraiser Canadian Institute) from the Appraisal Institute of Canada:
* Real Estate Mathematics
* Real Estate Investment Analysis
Students with a business degree may apply two courses (i.e. Real Estate Appraisal and Real Estate Investment Analysis) toward the UBC Post-Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation, an accelerated pathway to the AACI designation.
Note: There is a degree requirement to obtain the CRA and/or the AACI designation. In addition, there is a one-year (full-time) work experience requirement for the CRA and a two-year (full-time) work experience requirement for the AACI.
Visit Appraisal Institute of Canada for complete information on the AIC Education Program. The entire Appraisal Institute of Canada Education Program is administered by UBC and delivered across Canada on a distance education basis. Langara delivers part of the program on a classroom basis to serve local students. Students who plan to transfer course credit from Langara to UBC should discuss their education plan with UBC.