Students complete the MS in Real Estate by taking at least twelve courses, including seven required courses and five elective courses. In addition, students who have not taken the equivalent of principles of accounting I and II at the undergraduate level must take Financial Accounting ACC 500 and students who have not taken the equivalent of principles of microeconomics and intermediate microeconomics at the undergraduate level must take Economics for Decision Making ECO 555. Students who do not pass a competency examination in calculus and statistics will be required to take Applied Quantitative Analysis GSB 420
In order to take the advanced required real estate courses students must have completed their quantitative analysis and financial management course requirements. Each candidate must be competent in financial accounting, microeconomics and calculus and statistics prior to registration for Financial Management FIN 555.
The recommended sequence of courses is as follows: FIN 555 before RE 530 and RE 530 before RE 531, RE 533 and RE 535. However, RE 530 may be taken concurrently with FIN 555 and RE 531, RE 533 and RE 535 may be taken concurrently with RE 530.
Students complete the MS in Real Estate by taking the seven required courses and at least five elective courses from the list of courses approved for elective credit.
The following courses are only available to students who have been admitted to the College of Law
Note: Approved electives may have prerequisites that are not part of the M.S.R.E. curriculum. Such prerequisites will not be waived or substituted for approved electives.
- Satisfactory completion of the college residency requirement.
- Satisfactory completion of the college minimum grade requirements policy
- Satisfactory completion of the seven required courses, or their substitutes as approved by the Chair of Department of Real Estate.
- Satisfactory completion of at least five approved elective courses such that at least 48 quarter hours of applicable course work are completed toward the degree. ACC 500 and ECO 555 are not approved for elective credit.
- All courses for credit toward the degree must be completed within six calendar years after the candidate’s first term of enrollment in the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business. After a lapse of six years a course is expired. An expired course is not acceptable for the purpose of satisfaction of degree requirements and is not applicable to the degree without the written approval of the director of the program or the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.