Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Real Estate

The undergraduate concentration in real estate 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 electives 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.

In addition to the requirements for the bachelor of business administration the concentration in real estate requires five field courses and one international field course:

Field
FINA 4201Real Estate Investment
FINA 6240Real Estate Development
Three of the following:
AH 2154American Architecture I
or AMST 2520 American Architecture I
ECON 2157Urban and Regional Economics
FINA 6242Real Estate Valuation and Investment
FINA 6290Special Topics (Real Estate Law)
FINA 6290Special Topics (Strategic Planning for Real Estate Companies)
FINA 6290Special Topics (Walkable Urban Place Development & Mgmt)
GEOG 2140Cities and Societies
SUST 2002The Sustainable City
International Field
One of the following:
GEOG 2124Urban Transportation
GEOG 2125Transportation Systems and Networks
GEOG 2127Population Geography
GEOG 2141Cities in the Developing World
IBUS 3001Introduction to International Business
IBUS 3101Global Financial Environment