Real Estate

The number of credit hours given to a course is indicated in parentheses following the course title.

The abbreviation "P" refers to course prerequisites; the abbreviation "C" refers to course co-requisites.

  • BUS-R 305 Introduction to Real Estate Analysis (3 cr.) P: F301, Kelley admit, junior standing. For students who may take additional real estate courses. Topics include real estate law, brokerage, property management, appraising, mortgage finance, and investment analysis. Emphasis on the analytical techniques applicable to real estate.
  • BUS-R 440 Real Estate Appraisals (3 cr.) P: F305, I-Core. Kelley admit of senior standing. Methods of appraising real property, with emphasis on income property; covers relevant concepts and analytical techniques. Course content is similar to that which a professional appraiser must learn.
  • BUS-R 443 Real Estate Finance and Investment Analysis (3 cr.) P: F305, I-Core. Kelley admit of senior standing. Application of financial concepts and techniques to the analysis of real estate financing and investment alternatives. Computer analysis and case studies are used.
  • BUS-R 490 Independent Study in Real Estate and Land Economics (1-3 cr.) P: I-CORE and consent of undergraduate program chairperson and instructor. Supervised individual study and research in student’s special field of interest. The student will propose the investigation desired and, in conjunction with the instructor, develop the scope of work to be completed. Comprehensive written report required.