Real Estate Major
The core requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Real Estate are designed to ensure that every undergraduate student will have a grasp of the fundamental elements of real estate law, economics, accounting, finance, investment, valuation, and development at the major core level, while the elective concentration will allow each student to pursue a specific subject area.
Students majoring in Real Estate must complete the following courses prior to beginning the Real Estate major:
|ECON 1100||Basic Macroeconomics||3|
|ECON 1200||Basic Microeconomics||3|
|ECON 2140||Statistics I||4|
|Real Estate Core Courses|
|REAL 1002||Fundamentals of Real Estate Law||3|
|REAL 1004||Principles of Real Estate Economics||3|
|REAL 1006||Real Estate Accounting Essentials||3|
|REAL 1008||Principles of Real Estate Finance||3|
|REAL 1010||Principles of Real Estate Valuation and Feasibility||4|
|REAL 1020||Real Estate Development Principles and Practices||4|
|Real Estate Electives||15 to 16|
Real Estate Electives
Courses in this group have the REE attribute.
|REAL 2002||Real Estate Financial Modeling||4|
|REAL 2004||Real Estate Management||3|
|REAL 2006||Global Real Estate Markets||3|
|REAL 2008||Building Design and Construction||4|
|REAL 2010||Special Topics in Real Estate||4|
The major in real estate is available at Fordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies at Lincoln Center, Rose Hill, Westchester, as well as online.