BSBA in Business Administration with Emphasis in Real Estate
Degree Program Description
Students pursuing a degree in Business Administration will gain exposure to multiple areas of business including Accounting, Economics, Finance and Banking, Management, and Marketing. Students who pursue an emphasis in Finance and Banking can add on an emphasis in Real Estate. Real estate is an ideal field for those with an entrepreneurial spirit who seek career options around the globe. The Real Estate emphasis is for students contemplating a career in real estate investment, property management, mortgage banking, or associated field. Related careers include real estate investment analyst, property manager, mortgage banking officer, REIT (real estate investment fund) manager, and real estate valuation specialist.
Major Program Requirements
|General Education Requirements||27|
|Upper Level Admissions Courses||34|
|Required Core Courses||23|
|Money, Banking and Financial Markets|
or ECONOM 3251
|Principles of Management - Writing Intensive|
or MANGMT 3000
|Principles of Management|
|Introduction to Business Processes and Technologies|
|Introduction to Business Law|
|Principles of Marketing|
|Advanced Professional Development Principles|
|Professional Development Program - Internship|
|Real Estate Required Courses||18|
|Financial Accounting Concepts|
|Principles of Real Estate|
|Introduction to Probability and Statistics II|
|Additional Real Estate Courses||6|
|Select two of the following:|
|Real Estate Appraisal|
|Real Estate Finance and Investment|
|Real Estate Portfolio Analysis and REITs|
|Additional Finance and Banking Course (any 4000 level Finance Course)||3|
|Emphasis Support Courses||6|
|Select two of the following|
Accountancy: Any 3000 or 4000 level class (if not used in required core courses)
|Computer-Based Data Systems (if not used in UL requirements)|
|Algorithm Design and Programming I|
|Algorithm Design and Programming II (or any 4000 level class (if not used in required course courses))|
Economics: ECONOM 3251 or any 4000 level class (if not used in required core courses)
Finance: Any 3000 or 4000 level class (if not used in required core courses)
Management: Any 3000 or 4000 level class (if not used in required core courses)
Marketing: Any 3000 or 4000 level class (if not used in required core courses)
|Capstone course - senior year (on campus) minimum grade of C- required||3|
Below is a sample plan of study, semester by semester. A student's actual plan may vary based on course choices where options are available.
|BUS_AD 1500||2||MATH 1400||3|
|MATH 1100||3||ECONOM 1014||3|
|State Requirement||3||ENGLSH 1000||3|
|Biological or Physical Science with Lab||4||Elective||3|
|ACCTCY 2036||3||ACCTCY 2037||3|
|MATH 1300||3||ACCTCY 2258||3|
|ECONOM 1015||3||FINANC 3000||3|
|STAT 2500||3||ECONOM 3229||3|
|BUS_AD 2500||2||Humanity (writing intensive)||3|
|BUS_AD 3500||2||MANGMT 3540||3|
|FINANC 4010||3||FINANC 4020||3|
|STAT 3500||3||MRKTNG 3000||3|
|MANGMT 3000W||3||Emphasis Support||3|
|MANGMT 4010||3||MANGMT 4970 (Capstone)||3|
|ACCTCY 4356||3||Additional Real Estate Course||3|
|FINANC 4500||3||Additional Real Estate Course||3|
|BUS_AD 4500||3||Additional Finance Course||3|
|Elective||3||Emphasis Support Course||3|
|Total Credits: 120|
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