- B.B.A. in Real Estate
- Minor in Real Estate
8th floor, Robinson College of Business Building
Gerald D. Gay, Interim Chair
Faculty: Le, McKee, Wiley, Yao
Individuals who deal in land assets, as investors, brokers, appraisers, analysts, financiers, or developers, require substantial awareness of the community’s political and economic characteristics plus a thorough knowledge of the economics involved in each investment situation. The curriculum in real estate is designed to provide the student with an understanding of (1) the various phases of real estate activity, (2) the economic and social services relating to land use that are performed by individuals and institutions, and (3) the forms of business and professional services necessary to support real estate activity.
There are no admission requirements specific to the Real Estate program. However, Real Estate students are required to meet all University and College admission requirements.
Program Financial Information
There are no special fees associated with majoring in Real Estate. However, Real Estate majors must pay all tuition and fees charged by the University and the College.