Real Estate and Land Use Economics Concentration

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.

Real Estate and Land Use Economics Concentration Required Courses
RELU 2410REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES3
RELU 4410BASIC APPRAISAL PROCEDURES3
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Finance Options
RELU 4400RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE3
or RELU 4460 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Industry Options
RELU 3430REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE AND SALES3
or RELU 3450 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Law and Cross-Discipline Options
Select one of the following:3
REAL ESTATE LAW
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
CREATING A REAL ESTATE COMMUNITY
FINANCIAL REPORTING AND ANALYSIS
CONSULTATIVE SELLING PRINCIPLES
ECONOMICS OF URBAN AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Concentration Elective Courses
Select one of the following:3
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE AND SALES
REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT
REAL ESTATE LAW
SPECIAL TOPICS IN REAL ESTATE AND LAND USE ECONOMICS
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE
CREATING A REAL ESTATE COMMUNITY
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE
SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN REAL ESTATE AND LAND USE ECONOMICS
REAL ESTATE INTERNSHIP
INVESTMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
FINANCIAL MARKETS
COMMERCIAL BANK MANAGEMENT
PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
Total Credits18

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

Secondary Concentration in Real Estate and Land Use Economics

A secondary concentration in real estate and land use economics, as a supplement to another BSBA concentration, may be obtained by completing a total of 12 (twelve) credit hours, composed of the following courses:

Real Estate and Land Use Economics Secondary Concentration Required Courses
RELU 2410REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES3
RELU 4410BASIC APPRAISAL PROCEDURES3
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Secondary Concentration Finance Courses
RELU 4400RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE3
or RELU 4460 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Secondary Concentration Electives
Select one of the following:3
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE AND SALES
REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT
REAL ESTATE LAW
SPECIAL TOPICS IN REAL ESTATE AND LAND USE ECONOMICS
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE
CREATING A REAL ESTATE COMMUNITY
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE
SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN REAL ESTATE AND LAND USE ECONOMICS
REAL ESTATE INTERNSHIP
INVESTMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
FINANCIAL MARKETS
COMMERCIAL BANK MANAGEMENT
PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
Total Credits12

A grade of C (2.00) or better is required in each course counted in the secondary concentration.