Graduate Certificate in Walkable Urban Development

The graduate certificate in walkable urban development program provides coursework in the practical foundations of walkable urban real estate development and place management. Real estate development in the United States has been transitioning from building and financing single-use properties in the suburbs to building, financing, and managing complex mixed-use projects in walkable urban cores. This program provides students with the tools necessary to finance, develop, and manage these emerging communities.

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including one 3-credit required course and 9 credits in selected courses.

Required
FINA 6290Special Topics
One of the following:
FINA 6240Real Estate Development
FINA 6290Special Topics (Foundations in Real Estate Law)
FINA 6290Special Topics (Strategic Planning for Real Estate Companies)
PSUS 6204Land Use Law
One of the following:
FINA 6241Financing Real Estate
FINA 6242Real Estate Valuation and Investment
One of the following:
PSUS 6202Urban and Environmental Economics
PSUS 6235Advanced Topics in Urban Sustainability