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Available to students in the Driehaus College of Business and non-business programs at DePaul, a minor in Real Estate provides students with a general understanding of the real estate business and in-depth exploration of a specific topic in real estate, such as law, policy, valuation, investment, or finance.
A student minoring in Real Estate is required to complete Real Estate courses totaling at least 20.0 hours:
|Select one of the following: 1||4|
|FINANCE FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS|
|FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCE|
|INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE|
|One required course:|
|FIN 350||REAL ESTATE ANALYSIS||4|
|Select three elective courses from the following:||12|
|REAL ESTATE LAW|
|URBAN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY|
|PROJECT MANAGEMENT: DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION|
|REAL ESTATE FINANCE|
|REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT|
|REAL ESTATE VALUATION|
|SPECIAL TOPICS (multiple topics may be used)|
The department enforces all course prerequisites, without exception.
Students are encouraged to seek an internship with a Chicago-area business during the summer preceding either their junior or senior year, but the Real Estate minor does not offer or accept a for-credit internship course.
All Real Estate (RE) courses and any courses used toward the Real Estate minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C- and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.