I, too, have a Bachelor degree, and just got my Real Estate license in February. Like another poster said, you have to take 150 hours of classes, which includes 4 required classes and 1 elective class. I went to Champion School of Real Estate, which is a really great place.
You can double up on classes and get done in a few weeks, or you can take as long as you want. Classes are offered online and in a classroom setting. I took all my classes back to back, one a week, for 5 weeks. I also took them in the classroom instead of online because I was afraid I would have too many distractions at home and wouldn't get the full benefit of the class. I loved the classroom setting, and I came away with several new acquaintances that I still keep in touch with. Which ever way you decide, I would recommend at least taking Law of Agency and Law of Contracts in the classroom, because they are SO important, and the instructors are very thorough and make sure you understand everything.
Good luck with whatever you choose!