The Sustainable Real Estate Development program offers opportunities for both undergraduates and graduates to gain core skills and practical experience in the real estate industry.
The core of the program is the Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development, which is a practice-based three semester graduate program that prepares students with classes in real estate finance and economics, design, planning and legal issues in development.
The program also offers an intensive Real Estate Summer Minor Institute for Tulane undergraduates who are interested in entry level knowledge of the real estate industry.
For more information, please contact the Program Directors.
Casius Pealer, Director, Sustainable Real Estate Development
John Huppi, Director, Summer Real Estate Minor
Business of Real Estate (RESM)
RESM 3010 Principles of Real Estate I (3 Credit Hours)
RESM 3020 Principles of Real Estate II (3 Credit Hours)
RESM 3030 RE Market Analysis & Finance (3 Credit Hours)
RESM 3040 Fundamentals Real Estate Devel (3 Credit Hours)
Sustainable Resource Development (SRED)
SRED 6100 Intro-Real Est Finance & Econ (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6110 Intro- Real Estate Arch & Dsgn (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6130 Intro to Sustainable Urbanism (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6140 Intro to Finance Products (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6210 Legal Issues in Real Est Deve (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6220 Sustainable Design & Planning (4 Credit Hours)
SRED 6230 Real Estate Finance (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6240 Applied Urban Economics (4 Credit Hours)
SRED 6400 Urban Field Study (0 Credit Hours)
SRED 6540 Building Performance (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6550 Community Deve Finance (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6560 Business of Real Estate Devel (3 Credit Hours)
SRED 6720 Case Study Sust Real Est Deve (4 Credit Hours)
SRED 6740 Directed Research (4 Credit Hours)