B.S. in Business Administration, Real Estate and Economic Development Specialization
Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills required for a career in the largest asset class—real estate—and the foundations of business.
Choosing to pursue an undergraduate business administration degree and specializing in real estate and economic development can make you competitive and productive in today’s complex business environment.
Meet the Inaugural Class of Real Estate Fellows.
A program sponsored by M&T Bank, Baltimore Community Lending, Seawall Development and the UB Real Estate and Economic Development Advisory Board.
REAL ESTATE AT UB
There are many reasons why pursuing real estate and economic development at UB may help you realize your career goals.
- Connections - Real estate professionals share advice to improve our curriculum and work to place our students in internships and jobs.
- The Vital Signs Report - Baltimore's best-known source for key data points about our city's neighborhoods.
- Industry growth - Whether you're in real estate investment, appraisal, property management or another field, the job outlook is better than average.
- Only at UB - That's right, we are the only business program in Maryland that has a specialization in real estate and economic development.
- A strong, industry-focused advisory board that supports our students and leverages their connections.
What Our Alumni Say
Quiana Gough began her college career at Brigham Young University in 2001 as a nursing major. The real estate market was booming when she first started working, and the small abstracting company—she was overloaded with work. In the fall of 2007, Gough took advantage of a workload decrease and re-initiated her collegiate education at UB.
"Baltimore is flourishing in certain neighborhoods and not in others. As a former resident of inner city Baltimore, I know that it is time for a real solution to low-income and affordable housing. I want to be a part of that solution." –Quiana Gough, B.S. '10
Lessons From Legends
The Merrick School of Business' Real Estate Advisory Board hosts an annual event called "Lessons From Legends." The series presents conversations with leaders who have shown a true mastery of their business and are influential and successful. They share their experiences, career paths, successes and challenges in an interactive forum.
Many business students benefit from the Helen P. Denit Business Honors Program's enriched curriculum, enhanced interactions with faculty and alumni, employer site visits and exceptional internships.
Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's
Save time and money: Begin graduate school before you finish your bachelor’s degree by applying to the Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's Option.
Explore Careers in Real Estate and Economic Development
When you choose to specialize in real estate and economic development, your career path is wide open. Check out some careers in real estate and economic development.Contact the UB Career and Professional Development Center to learn more about preparing yourself for life post-college: 410.837.5440 ¦ firstname.lastname@example.org ¦ UB Student Center, Room 306