The UB Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Program prepares students for careers in all phases of real estate.
The program equips students with the most advanced knowledge in real estate finance, law, marketing, and construction.
The connection between theory and industry practice is an important element of the UB Real Estate and Economic Development Program it provides students with a background in general business and real estate theory and practice. Students will study the many factors involved in property assessment and sales, how they change and how these changes affect the real estate industry and economy. Study includes: property taxation, zoning, land-use planning, environmental protection, urban redevelopment and government-assisted financing programs.
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What Our Students Study:
Business Core Requirements
FIN 330 Excel for Financial Analysis 3 FIN 331 Financial Management 3 INSS 300 Management Information Systems 3 MGMT 330 Personal and Professional Skills for Business 1 MKTG 430 Personal Selling 3
Real Estate Core Requirements
ECON 312 Public Economics and Land Use Policy 3 FIN 471 Real Estate Finance 3 REED 312 Real Estate Principles and Transactions 3 REED 315 Real Property Law 3 REED 475 Real Estate Market Analysis 3 REED 480 Property Management 3
Real Estate Electives (take a minimum of 2)
CSCE 401 Economic and Community Development 3 FIN 470 Real Estate Investments 3 REED 495 Real Estate Internship 3 REED 497 Special Topics 3
ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II 3 CSCE 301 Introduction to Nonprofit Leadership 3 GVPP 320 Public Administration 3 GVPP 322 Bureaucracy and Public Policy 3 GVPP 326 Urban Politics and Public Policy 3 GVPP 348 State and Local Government 3 GVPP 461 Maryland Government Processes and Politics 3 HIST 382 History of Baltimore 3
Real Estate students have access to the most up-to-date industry computer software. Including:
ARGUS: The industry’s most used valuation and cash flow analytic program. Argus derives profit and loss statements and cash flow set-ups. The program can also derive values and returns. Students who learn ARGUS at the Merrick School of Business have a significant advantage when they graduate. This tool is used in investing and finance firms, as well as commercial marketing.
Co-STAR: The listing for all commercial real estate across the United States. Co-star lists rent levels, pass-through costs, available space, and any other information that can be useful to buyers and renters. The School of Business has the listings for the entire United States. Thus students can compare Baltimore to other cities and areas.