Real Estate Development Minor
Program Director: Maria Day-Marshall, J.D., LL.M
Undergraduates from across campus with an interest in real estate can now complete a minor in real estate development. The minor will provide students with a basic understanding of the essential concepts related to sustainable real estate development. Classes cover the development process; the basics of real estate finance, tax and investment; urban planning and design; and the unique roles played by government and the private sector in real estate development, among others.
This minor is available to all Maryland undergraduate students with a GPA of 2.0 or higher.
Interested students must complete an application and meet with a Real Estate Development minor advisor. See: http://arch.umd.edu/programs/real-estate-development/academics/real-estate-development-admissions/real-estate-development-minor-admissions/ for the online application and a scheduling app to make an appointment.
The Minor in Real Estate Development consists of 15 credit hours. Students must complete all the required courses with a grade of "C-" or better and have a minimum UMD GPA of 2.0 for the minor.
|ARCH271/RDEV250||People, Planet, and Profit: Building Sustainable Places||3|
|RDEV270||Tax and Accounting for Real Estate Development 1||3|
|RDEV350||Real Estate Development: Introduction to Principles, Process, and Practice||3|
|RDEV450||Foundations of Real Estate Finance and Investment||3|
|Select one elective 2||3|
This requirement can also be met in any of the following ways: Equivalent accounting course at another 4-year institution or community college if it qualifies for transfer credit at UMD or BMGT220 (available to all UMD undergraduates).
Plus, select one elective from a list of permitted electives that can be found at: http://www.arch.umd.edu/arch/minors-arch.