Graduate Certificate in Housing Studies Admissions

Tuition

Tuition for the Graduate Certificate in Housing Studies depends on the status of the student.

  • UW/graduate degree pursuing students: none (if taken through the student’s normal program of study and within the 18 credit limit per quarter)
  • Graduate-non-matriculated students: cost determined by credit hour

Apply

  1. Eligibility
    • Students currently enrolled in graduate programs or with a Graduate Non-Matriculated status at the University of Washington
  2. Application instructions
    • Applications are accepted twice a year with deadlines of September 1st or December 1st
    • Application Form
    • A letter of interest (400 words describing the student’s background, experiences and motivation for applying
    • Current resume
    • Current UW transcript (unofficial is acceptable; minimum 3.0GPA)
  3. General logistics
    • Students are required to apply to GCHS and be admitted before taking more than one course that is part of the certificate if they would like to receive the certificate
    • No course substitutions are allowed based on previous professional or other experience
    • Applications will be accepted twice a year (Autumn – Sept. 1st & Winter – Dec 1st)

For any questions regarding the certificate or application process please contact us at: gchs@uw.edu

Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Admissions

Tuition

Tuition for the Graduate Certificate in Real Estate depends on the status of the student.

  • UW/graduate degree pursuing students: none (if taken through the student’s normal program of study and within the 18 credit limit per quarter)
  • Graduate-non-matriculated students: $12,000
  • Visiting exchange students: $20,400

Apply

  1. Eligibility
    • Students currently enrolled in graduate programs or with a Graduate Non-Matriculated status at the University of Washington
    • Visiting Exchange Student at the University of Washington
  2. Application instructions
    • Applications are accepted twice a year with deadlines of December 1st and May 1st
    • Application Form
    • A letter of interest (400 words describing the student’s background, experiences and motivation for applying
    • Current resume
    • Current UW transcript (unofficial is acceptable; minimum 3.0GPA)
  3. General logistics
    • Students are required to apply and be admitted before taking real estate courses to receive the certificate (students successfully completing RE 510 in the autumn will be considered for immediate admission)
    • No course substitution is allowed
    • Applications will be accepted twice a year (Autumn – Dec. 1st & Spring – May 1st)
    • Applying graduate students need to be enrolled at UW for at least one quarter when applying to the GCRE

For any questions regarding the certificate or application process please contact us at: gcrecbe@uw.edu