Real Estate and Land Use Economics
The objective of the Real Estate and Land Use Economics concentration is to prepare students for careers in areas such as commercial real estate finance, asset management and investment analysis, property management, appraisal, corporate real estate management, brokerage, site analysis and selection, and development, as well as other real estate-related careers in the public and private sectors.
For the Real Estate and Land Use Economics concentration, students must complete a total of eighteen (18) credit hours, including fifteen (15) credit hours in required courses, and three (3) credit hours from the list of real estate electives.
Secondary Concentration Offered
A secondary concentration in Real Estate and Land Use Economics, as a supplement to another BSBA concentration.