Real Estate Development Minor
School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
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.
Interested students must complete an application and meet with the Director of the Real Estate Development minor. See: http://www.arch.umd.edu/arch/minors-arch 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; BMGT220 (available to all UMD undergraduates) or BMGT210 + 3 credit economics class (only available to Robert H. Smith School of Business minors).
Plus, select one elective from a list of permitted electives that can be found at: http://www.arch.umd.edu/arch/minors-arch.