Real Estate and Land Use Economics Program Certificate

A program certificate in Real Estate and Land Use Economics may be earned by completing nine (9) credit hours from the following list of courses and six (6) credit hours from the list of Real Estate and Land Use Economics elective courses below, for a total of fifteen (15) credit hours.

The program certificate is issued by the College of Business Dean's office.

Real Estate and Land Use Economics Program Certificate Required Courses: 9 credit hours

RELU 2410                           Real Estate Principles and Practices                          
RELU 4410                           Basic Appraisal Procedures                                       
RELU 4400                           Residential Real Estate Finance                                 
       or
RELU 4460                           Commercial Real Estate Finance                               

Real Estate and Land Use Economics Program Certificate Elective Courses: 6 credit hours
Select from the following:

RELU 3430                           Real Estate Brokerage and Sales                                
RELU 3450                           Real Estate Management                                   
RELU 3460/LAWS 3460      Real Estate Law                                                            
RELU 4000                           Special Topics in Real Estate and Land Use Economics
RELU 4390                           Real Estate Investments
RELU 4400                           Residential Real Estate Finance                                                                                            
RELU 4440                           Creating a Real Estate Community                            
RELU 4460                           Commercial Real Estate Finance                                
RELU 4500                           Special Problems in Real Estate and Land Use Economics                             
RELU 4510                           Real Estate Internship                                              

Total Credits: 15                                                                                                      

A grade of “C” (2.0) or better is required in each course.