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Real Estate SLOs


Course Number Course Name Objectives
PLGL 32 Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing
  • Students completing PLGL 31B - Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to prepare a legal memorandum.
  • Students completing PLGL 31B - Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to prepare a trial brief.
  • Students successfully completing Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing (PLGL 31B) will have successfully completed the official paralegal certification program offered by Lexis/Nexis. This certification is offered for free, online. If Lexis/Nexis stops offering the certification in this manner, the program may discontinue this SLO.
  • Students successfully completing Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing (PLGL 31B) will have successfully completed the official paralegal certification program offered by Westlaw. This certification is offered for free, online. If Westlaw stops offering the certification in this manner, the program may discontinue this SLO.
  • Successful PLGL 31B course completers will have met with a counselor or educational advisor and prepared an educational plan for their coursework at Mt. SAC. Alternatively, students may submit a copy of their petition to graduate (at the conclusion of that semester).
BUSR 81 Appraisal: Principles and Procedures
  • Students completing BUSR 81 - Appraisal: Principles and Procedures will be able to define highest and best use.
  • Students completing BUSR 81 - Appraisal: Principles and Procedures will be able to identify the three methods of apprasing real property.
PLGL 35 Automated Law Office Procedures
  • Students completing PLGL 35B - Automated Law Office Procedures will be able to successfully prepare a simple motion.
  • Students completing PLGL 35B - Automated Law Office Procedures will be able to successfully prepare a client letter.
  • Students completing PLGL 35B - Automated Law Office Procedures will be able to successfully prepare a memorandum of law.
  • Successful PLGL 35B completers will become familiar with various legal specialty software applications used in local law offices, e.g., Relativity, Abacus, Clio, TimeMap, CaseMap, Trial Director, etc.
  • Successful PLGL 35B completers will become competent in the use of computerized legal billing software such as Clio and Tabs 3.
  • Successful PLGL 35B completers will be able to prepare a table of contents for a legal brief, using a software program such as MS Word.
  • Successful PLGL 35B completers will be able to prepare a table of authorities for a legal brief, using a software program such as MS Word.
  • Successful PLGL 35B completers will be able to format a legal document which meets the requirements of the California Code of Civil Procedure and the California Rules of Court.
PLGL 33 Civil Procedure
  • Students completing PLGL 33A - Civil Procedure Pretrial will be able to initiate a civil lawsuit.
  • Students completing PLGL 33A - Civil Procedure Pretrial will successfully draft an answer to a complaint.
BUSR 76 Escrow Procedures I
  • Students completing BUSR 76 - Escrow Procedures 1 will be able to define key words and phrases used in the escrow profession.
  • Students completing BUSR 76 - Escrow Procedures 1 will be able calculate an escrow proration
BUSR 40 Landlord - Tenant Law
  • Students completing PLGL 40 - Landlord - Tenant Law will be able to identify and define what constitutes a habitable residential dwelling as well as understanding the legal ramifications to the parites in a non-habitable tenancy situation.
  • Students completing PLGL 40 - Landlord - Tenant Law will be able to draft a residential tenancy agreement.
PLGL 34 Law Office Procedure
  • Students completing PLGL 35A - Law Office Procedure will be able to successfully prepare articles of incorporation.
  • Students completing PLGL 35A - Law Office Procedure will be able to successfully prepare a simple will.
PLGL 31 Legal Analysis and Writing
  • Students completing PLGL 31A - Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to distinguish between and use the various manual legal research resources.
  • Students completing PLGL 31A - Legal Analysis and Writing will be able to brief a moderately complex legal case.
BUSR 51 Legal Aspects of Real Estate
  • Students completing BUSR 51 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate will know the elements of contract formation.
  • Students completing BUSR 51 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate will be able to differentiate between single and dual agency.
BUSR 62 Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending
  • Students completing BUSR 62 - Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending will be able to distinguish between the various steps in loan processing.
  • Students completing BUSR 62 - Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending will be able to identify the fundamentals of mortgage lending.
BUSR 55 Real Estate Economics
  • Students completing BUSR 55 - Real Estate Economics will be able to identify factors affecting Demand in Real Estate
  • Students completing BUSR 55 - Real Estate Economics will be able to identify the forces affecting supply in Real Estate.
BUSR 53 Real Estate Finance
  • Students completing BUSR 53 - Real Estate Finance will be able to identify the role of the Secondary Mortgage Market.
  • Students completing BUSR 53 - Real Estate Finance will be able to understand the elements of an adjustable rate loan.
BUSR 60 Real Estate Investment Planning
  • Students completing BUSR 60 - Real Estate Investment Planning will be able to distinguish between the aspects of real estate and other types of investments.
  • Students completing BUSR 60 - Real Estate Investment Planning will be able to identify the advantages and disadvantages of different real estate investments.
BUSR 52 (VOC) Real Estate Practice
  • Students completing BUSR 52 - Real Estate Practice Work Experience will be able to successfully complete an Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Agreement
  • Students completing BUSR 52 - Real Estate Practice will be able to complete the California Real Property Purchase Agreement.
  • Students completing BUSR 52 - Real Estate Practice will be able to set realistic, measurable goals for themselves in business.
BUSR 50 Real Estate Principles
  • Students completing BUSR 50 - Real Estate Principles will have knowledge equivalent to the knowledge needed to pass the Department of Real Estate salesperson license exam.
  • Students completing BUSR 50 - Real Estate Principles will understand the difference between real and personal property.
  • Students completing BUSR 50 - Real Estate Principles will understand the significance of fiduciary duty.
BUSR 59 Real Estate Property Management
  • Students completing BUSR 59 - Real Estate Property Management will understand the legal relationship between a landlord and a tenant
  • Students completing BUSR 59 - Real Estate Property Management will know what a trust fund is and the importance of maintaining records on trust fund receipts.