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Bachelor of Real-Estate Management

Undergraduate programs in real-estate management teach students management and business skills specifically related to property oversight and sales. Not many business schools offer real-estate management programs, however; real-estate degree programs are gaining popularity as business professionals are in need of specific expertises to navigate the every changing market.


Common Real-Estate Management Courses

Urban and Economic Development
Examining the planning and factors that are involved with city and neighborhood development and design.

Real-Estate Law
Understanding the laws and legal challenges that surround the real-estate industry, such as zoning, property taxes, and others.

Real-Estate Financing
Exploring how to finance real-estate projects, such as the development of new complexes or large scale structures.