BS in Real Estate
Explore the business opportunities beyond selling houses. As with most professional fields, real estate has evolved from a self-taught practice to a highly specialized, sophisticated discipline involving everything from population demographics and shopping patterns to construction and materials costs and zoning and land use regulations.
Recent graduates hold positions in the government, nonprofit, construction and private business sectors, including leadership positions as:
- real estate brokers
- investment managers
- property managers and appraisers
- construction managers
- land-use planners
- land developers
What You Study
The curriculum of BS degree in Real Estate at the University of St. Thomas provides you with a background in general business and real estate theory and practice. You will study the many factors involved in property assessment and sales, how they change and how these changes affect real estate and individuals. Study includes: property taxation, zoning, land-use planning, environmental protection, urban redevelopment and government-assisted home financing programs.
How We Support Your Learning
You will find a wide variety of internship opportunities in the Twin Cities, and you will enjoy socializing with other Real Estate majors as well as networking with Twin Cities real estate professionals through the Real Estate Society. Additionally, you will partner with a member of our practitioner-experienced faculty who will act as advisor and career coach.