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 (6 credit hours):

RELU 2410Real Estate Principles and Practices

3 credits

RELU 4410Basic Appraisal Procedures

3 credits

Real Estate and Land Use Economics Secondary Concentration Finance courses (3 credit hours):

RELU 4400Residential Real Estate Finance

3 credits

RELU 4460Commercial Real Estate Finance

3 credits

Real Estate and Land Use Economics Secondary Concentration Electives (3 credit hours – choose one of the following):

RELU 3430Real Estate Brokerage and Sales

3 credits

RELU 3450Real Estate Management

3 credits

RELU 3460/LAWS 3460Real Estate Law

3 credits

RELU 4000Special Topics in Real Estate and Land Use Economics

1 - 5 credits

RELU 4400Residential Real Estate Finance

3 credits

RELU 4440Creating a Real Estate Community

3 credits

RELU 4460Commercial Real Estate Finance

3 credits

RELU 4500Special Problems in Real Estate and Land Use Economics

2 - 3 credits

RELU 4510Real Estate Internship

1 - 3 credits

FNBK 3650Commercial Bank Management

3 credits

FNBK 3500Financial Markets

3 credits

FNBK 4610Portfolio Management

3 credits

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