The real estate area of application is designed to provide students with exposure to the concepts, tools and techniques necessary for entry-level positions. A career in real estate provides an opportunity for individuals to operate as entrepreneurs whether they are brokers, appraisers, developers, property managers, consultants or investors. An integrated process is followed in the three application area courses to prepare students for real estate careers.
The real estate certificate program allows students to broaden their knowledge and understanding of real estate through a multidisciplinary focus, whereby courses are taken outside of the Leeds School of Business. See the CU Real Estate Center website for a list of approved electives and internships.
Required Courses and Credits
|REAL 3000||Principles of Real Estate||3|
|REAL 4000||Real Estate Law||3|
|REAL 4100||Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis||3|
|Courses in Program in Environmental Design OR from the construction management area in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering of the College of Engineering and Applied Science||6|
|Academic internship in real estate practice or related area||3|
|Total Credit Hours||18|