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Major Requirements

Major Requirements

Course Requirements

A student majoring in Real Estate is required to complete the following courses totaling at least 30.0 hours:

Eight required courses:

Course Title Quarter Hours
RE 250CAREER MANAGEMENT FOR REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS2
RE 300REAL ESTATE LAW4
RE 320URBAN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY4
RE 325PROJECT MANAGEMENT: DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION4
RE 350REAL ESTATE ANALYSIS4
RE 352REAL ESTATE FINANCE4
RE 353REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT4
RE 354REAL ESTATE VALUATION4

The department enforces all course prerequisites, without exception.

Students are encouraged to seek an internship with a Chicago-area business during the summer preceding either their junior or senior year, but the Real Estate major does not offer or accept a for-credit internship course. 

Career Management Course​

Students are required to complete the Career Course (250) associated with the major. Students who double major may choose the Career Course (250) associated with either major provided that hours for graduation are satisfied.

Open Electives

Open elective credit (16.0 hours) is needed to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.

Combined Bachelor’s + Master’s Program Participants

Students admitted to the Real Estate Combined Bachelor’s + Master’s program may apply up to three approved graduate course(s) towards undergraduate Real Estate major.  

  • RE 520 URBAN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY replaces RE 320 URBAN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY
  • RE 521 LEGAL ISSUES IN REAL ESTATE replaces RE 300 REAL ESTATE LAW
  • RE 525 PROJECT MANAGEMENT: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION replaces RE 325 PROJECT MANAGEMENT: DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

Graduation Requirements

All Real Estate (RE) courses and any courses used toward the Real Estate major must be completed with a minimum grade of C- and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.

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