Bachelor of Science with a Major in Business, Real Estate Concentration
The bachelor of science in business with a major in business, real estate concentration program provides students with the knowledge base in finance, real estate investment, development, valuation, and strategic planning to help prepare them for an entry-level position in the real estate industry. Most of the field courses in this concentration are at the graduate level, which may give students who complete the program a competitive advantage vis-a-vis students from other universities. For GW students interested in real estate who already are taking such courses, this concentration provides a vehicle to help quantify their commitment to real estate to potential employers.
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In addition to the requirements for the bachelor of science with a major in business, the concentration in real estate requires five field courses:
|Required field courses|
|FINA 4201||Real Estate Investment|
|FINA 6240||Real Estate Development|
|FINA 6242||Real Estate Valuation and Investment|
|Additional field courses|
|Two courses from the following:|
|AH 2154||American Architecture I|
|or AMST 2520||American Architecture I|
|ECON 2157||Urban and Regional Economics|
|FINA 4900||Special Topics (Applied Financial Securities Analysis: Real Estate)|
|FINA 6243||Strategic Planning for Walkable Urban Real Estate Companies|
|FINA 6290||Special Topics (Walkable Urban Place Development and Management)|
|GEOG 2140||Cities and Societies|
|SUST 2002||The Sustainable City|
Students should consult with an advisor for specific bachelor of science in business general education courses that apply to this concentration.