Real Estate Development, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate (P.B.C.)

12 credits required

A 12 - 21 credit introductory program to real estate development. Recommended for those considering whether to move into the real estate development field full time. Courses may be applied to the Master of Real Estate Development Program, if a student desires to go on to full professional preparation

The 4 required courses of the Certificate are Development Law, Process and Ethics; Fundamentals of Development Finance, and 1  course from  two of the following groups: Urban Design, Asset and Property Management, Planning and Entitlements Policy and Practice, and Design and Construction Management. For students without academic preparation in finance, accounting and economics additional leveling courses are required in those areas before proceeding to the required courses. Students may begin the Certificate program in either the Fall or Spring terms. Applications are reviewed and admission decisions are issued on a rolling basis

Waivers of the deadline for domestic applicants  may be available depending on the number of applicants already admitted.

Course Title Credits
Core Requirements 1
RDEV688Selected Topics in Real Estate Development (RDEV688A - Development Law)3
RDEV630Real Property Finance and Investment3
Select two additional courses from cognate areas in Design, Construction, Asset Management and Planning/Entitlements6
Total Credits12

Students without finance and real estate education or experience typically take an additional 5-9 credits