Minor
B.A; B.A.A; B.F.A.; B.S.; B.S. in B.A. degrees

The Real Estate Development & Finance minor is designed to provide students in various fields with a combination of skills and knowledge needed to be successful in a career related to real estate. The skills and knowledge derived from this program will enhance a student's employability and marketability in many areas. It will be of particular interest to students in business, construction management, environmental and land use planning, and entrepreneurship.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS, RETENTION & TERMINATION STANDARDS
To sign a minor in Real Estate: Development & Finance see the Real Estate program advisor and bring along a copy of your signed major.

No more than a total of 27 hours of credit earned in business courses, including business transfer hours, may be counted towards graduation unless the student is majoring in the College of Business Administration.

Required courses I (3 hours)
Select one of the following:
ACC 201 Concepts of Financial Accounting 3(3-0)
ACC 250-Introduction to Financial Accounting 3(3-0)

Required courses II (3 hours)
Select one of the following:
ACC 202-Concepts of Managerial Accounting 3(3-0)
ACC 255-Managerial Accounting & Decision Making 3(3-0)

Required courses III (3 hours)
Select one of the following:
ECO 202-Principles of Microeconomics 3(3-0)
ECO 203-Microeconomic Principles for Business 3(3-0)

Required Courses IV (3 hours)
Select one of the following:
FIN 302-Integrated Financial Analysis 3(3-0)
FIN 332-Managerial Finance 3(3-0)

Required Courses V (6 hours) FIN 335 Real Estate Principles 3(3-0)
FIN 336 Real Estate Finance & Investments 3(3-0)

Elective Courses I (3 hours)
Select one of the following:
BLR 330 Real Estate Law 3(3-0)
ECO 375 Economics of Cities or Regions 3(3-0)
FIN 337 Real Estate Valuation & Appraisal 3(3-0)

Elective Courses II (3 hours)
Chosen in consultation with Real Estate program advisor.

Total 24 semester hours

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