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Fundamentals of real estate valuation and appraising; factors affecting value; valuing land, valuing improvements and the valuation of special classes of residential property; appraisal practice, depreciation and obsolescence, appraising rules, the mathematics of appraising; an appraisal of a single family residence is required.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): RELU 2410 or RELU 3410 AND FNBK 3250 with a C or better

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.