Entrepreneurship - Real Estate
Bachelor of Business Administration
Department of Management
Department of Finance, Real Estate, and Decision Sciences (F.R.E.D.S)
A major in entrepreneurship with an emphasis in real estate is for students interested in pursuing a career in property development or managing their own real estate company.
ENGL 100/101 – College English I
ENGL 102 – College English II
COMM 111 – Public Speaking
MATH 111 or 112 – College Algebra or Pre-Calculus
General Education Requirements
Fine Arts Intro
*First Year Seminar → Please See an Advisor
FA/HUM/MNS 300+ level
Advanced Standing Requirements
MATH 144 – Business Calculus
ECON 201 – Macroeconomics
ECON 202 – Microeconomics
ECON 231 – Business Statistics
ECON 232 – Statistical Software Applications - 1 cr.
BADM 100 - Exploring the World of Business
BADM 162 – Business Software: Excel - 1 cr.
ACCT 210 – Financial Accounting
ACCT 220 – Managerial Accounting
NOTE: All courses are 3 credits unless noted otherwise
Business Core Requirements
MKT 300 – Marketing
ENTR 310 – The Entrepreneurial Experience
IB 333 – International Business
FIN 340 – Financial Management I
DS 350 – Introduction to Production & Operations Management
MGMT 360 – Principles of Management
MIS 395 – Management Information Systems
BLAW 431 – Legal Environment of Business
MGMT 681 – Strategic Management
Entrepreneurship with an Emphasis in Real Estate Major Requirements
ENTR 440 - New Venture Feasibility Analysis
ENTR 453 - Digital Entrepreneurship
or ENTR 460 - Corporate Entrepreneurship: Initiating and Sustaining Innovation
ENTR 455 - Entrepreneurial Finance
ENTR 620 - Growing and Managing an Entrepreneurial Firm
ENTR 668 - New Venture Development
RE 310 - Principles of Real Estate
RE 619 - Urban Land Development
Select 6 credit hours of upper-division (300 or above) real estate courses.
Specific Requirements for Entrepreneurship Majors with an Emphasis in Real Estate
- No more than 3 credit hours of RE 481 may be used to satisfy the elective component of this degree.
- All majors must contain at least 12 unduplicated credit hours. All minors must contain at least 3 unduplicated credit hours.