Real Estate and Land Use Economics

Professional training in the fields of real estate and land use economics is offered to prepare students for participation in the rewarding opportunities available in both the public and private sectors of our society. Every public agency dealing with human problems found in a real estate environment needs trained people to help find solutions. Urban and suburban community design agencies, including planning and zoning, environmental controls, housing standards, United States Park Service, Corps of Engineers, highway and road departments and others, want and need trained personnel for their operations.

Similarly, major corporations diversifying into real estate investments, brokerage companies, managers, appraisers, railroads, banks, savings and loans, insurance companies, land developers and others require trained and talented people. The program prepares the student for important roles in these activities.

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