Real Estate Development Minor
The development and management of real estate is a vital function of the urban economy. The real estate development minor will provide education to students wanting to enter the industry. Students in the program will develop skills to evaluate real estate development proposals and understand how real estate development fits into regional planning and economic processes.
Students choosing the Minor in Real Estate Development are required to take a minimum of 32 credits, as follows:
USP 233 Real Estate Principles (3 credits)
USP 311 Introduction to Urban Planning (4 credits)
USP 312 Urban Housing and Development (4 credits)
USP 438 Real Estate Law (3 credits)
RE 360 Real Estate Finance I (4 credits)
EC 431 Urban Economics (4 credits)
USP 423 Real Estate Development (4 credits)
Electives: 6 credits
The Real Estate Development Minor is a program within PSU's School of Urban Studies and Planning. For specific questions regarding the Minor program, please contact the Center for Real Estate's Director, Dr. Gerry Mildner, and firstname.lastname@example.org or Tracy Braden at email@example.com.