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Real Estate

Department Overview

The minor provides comprehensive exposure to the field, covering areas such as market analysis, development, appraisal, finance, and management. The program examines both residential and commercial real estate, as well as the development process. It also provides coverage of issues from a public policy perspective, such as housing affordability and supply. Students develop a range of technical, statistical, and analytical skills and tools which enable them to analyze and interpret data across a wide range of topics and areas.

Undergraduate Program

Adviser
425 Gould Hall, Box 355727
206-685-9989
ss243@uw.edu

The department offers the following programs of study:

  • A minor in real estate

Minor

Minor Requirements: 30 credits

  1. R E 350, R E 360, R E 361, R E 362, R E 363 (or FIN 490), R E 364, R E 365 (or FIN 425), R E 370, R E 400 (or any one of ACCTG 215, ACCTG 219, ACCTG 225), R E 401
  2. Minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA for courses applied to the minor