UNO Real Estate Curriculum
Real Estate and Land Use Economics
Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) with a concentration in Real Estate and Land Use Economics will be prepared for the following careers:
- commercial or residential brokerage
- real estate finance
- asset management/investment analysis
- property management
- corporate real estate management
- additional careers in public and private sectors
UNO real estate classes are approved by the Nebraska Real Estate Commission (NREC) and fulfill state real estate pre-licensure requirements.
UNO real estate curriculum and associated classes are approved by the Appraisal Qualification Board (AQB) and meet appraisal pre-licensure requirements.
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Concentration
Students must complete 15 credit hours in core courses and 3 elective credit hours. View details.
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Secondary Concentration
Students may earn a secondary concentration, as a supplement to another BSBA concentration, by completing 12 credit hours from the course options listed in the catalog. View details.
Real Estate and Land Use Economics Certificate
Students may earn a certificate by completing 15 credit hours of real estate courses. View details.
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