Real Estate - Bachelor of Science in Business
This major teaches theoretical and practical aspects of real estate, including development, investment, financing, and management. The general objectives are to teach the principles of real estate, to explain unique aspects of real estate as an asset class for ownership and investment, and to prepare you for future responsibilities in real estate.
|BLS 443||Property Law||3|
|FIN 303||Financial Principles and Introduction to Modeling with Excel||3|
|FIN 331||Real Estate Principles||3|
|FIN 431||Real Estate Investments and Finance||3|
|GEO 441||Geographic Information Systems||3|
|GEO 451||Urban and Regional Planning 1||3|
|and 6 hours of Electives from the list below||6|
|Intermediate Financial Management|
|Principles of Investments and Security Markets|
|Commercial Bank Management|
|Financial Analysis of Mergers, Buyouts, and Restructuring|
|Advanced Geographic Information Systems|
|Advanced Urban and Regional Planning|
|Total Credit Hours||24|
GEO 201 is a prerequisite for GEO 451
The GEO 1 thematic sequence and the Urban and Regional Analysis Minor are not open to Real Estate majors.
Note: Students also completing the Finance major must take 18 hours of Real Estate coursework which will not apply to the Finance major. FIN 331 and FIN 431 may not be used as FIN electives for the Finance major if pursuing Finance and Real Estate.