The Bachelor of Science in Real Estate is a comprehensive program that teaches the traditional core concepts of real estate including real estate finance and project management, while integrating unique offerings including design and related environmental concerns. Traditional career paths include real estate investment and financial analysis, project design and development, asset and portfolio management, and urban planning and policy.
The BSRE curriculum is intended for all undergraduate students seeking to pursue careers in real estate, including double majors in architecture, business, environmental studies, and other liberal arts degrees.
- Faculty of Industry Professionals: Learn from current practitioners who bring real-world experience and a commitment to teaching
- Entrepreneurial Opportunities: The unique Design + Development Studio involves practical skill-building while working on real-world real estate proposals
- Research & Analysis: Students and faculty engage in industry research to advance the field
- Global Relevance: Coursework focuses on local examples of key national and global issues, such as river and water management, historic and cultural preservation, community health and engagement, and transportation and regional growth
|ARCH 1110||Intro to Architecture||3|
|or DESG 1105||Intro Design/Creative Thinking|
|DESG 1005||Fundamentals of Design & Making 1||4|
|or ARCH 1012||Architecture Studio|
|ECON 1010||Intro to Microeconomics||3|
|ECON 1020||Intro to Macroeconomics||3|
|RESM 3010||Principles of Real Estate I 2||3|
|RESM 3020||Principles of Real Estate II 2||3|
|RESM 3030||RE Market Analysis & Finance 2||3|
|RESM 3040||Fundamentals Real Estate Devel 2||3|
|SRED 3070||Design + Development Studio I 1||4|
|or ARCH 2021||Architecture Studio|
|SRED 3080||Design + Development Studio II||4|
|Approved Sustainability/Environment-focused Elective Course 4||3|
|Approved General Elective Courses||9|
|Total Credit Hours||45|
The option to take ARCH 1012 and ARCH 2021, instead of DESG 1005 and SRED 3070, is only open to students double majoring in Architecture and Real Estate.
RESM courses are only offered during the summer as part of the Tulane Real Estate Summer Minor Institute (RESM) program. Visit the RESM program site for more details including tuition fees, dates, etc.
Students who take ARCH 1012 and/or ARCH 2021 cannot count the extra earned credits towards their elective credit total.
Students who complete RESM 3060 Sustainable Urban Development (4 c.h.) as part of the Real Estate Summer Minor program, will receive credit for the Sustainability/Environment-focused elective.
|ANTH 3360||Anthropology of Cities||3|
|ARCH 2212||Materials and Methods||3|
|ARCH 2710||The City I||3|
|ARCH 2720||The City II||3|
|ARCH 3525||Making Cities: Intro Real Est||3|
|ARCH 3731||Urban Geograph & NO Case Study||3-4|
|ECON 3320||Urban Economics||3|
|FINE 4002||Industry Real Estate Projects Seminar||3|
|FINE 4170||Financial Modeling||3|
|LGST 4150||Real Estate Law||3|
|SISE 2010||Intro Social Innov/Entrepreneu||3|
|SISE 3010||Dsgn Thinking Collective Impac||4|
|SOCI 1060||Urban Sociology||3|
|SRED 4560||Real Estate Internship||1-3|
|SRED 4570||Real Estate CPS Internship||1-3|
|SRED 4910||Independent Study||1-6|
|SRED 4930||Special Topics||3|
|URST 3400||GIS - Practical Applications||3|
|EENS 1400||Global Climate Change||3|
|RESM 3060||Sustainable Urban Development||4|
|SRED 4540||Building Performance & Benchmarking||3|
Students are strongly encouraged to reinforce and expand their skills and knowledge through professional internship experiences. These experiences may be recognized in the form of academic credits. Undergraduate students may earn up to a total of six credit hours for internships over the course of their degree. Contact the Real Estate Major Advisor for details.
Notes on Newcomb-Tulane College Core Curriculum:
- NTC core curriculum requirements are not listed. Questions regarding these requirements should be directed to your NTC Academic Advisor.
- University Core & Elective Courses, with the exception of TIDES and English Composition, may be completed at any time during the student’s curriculum.
- The following courses in the Real Estate Program satisfy the Aesthetic and Creative Arts requirement within the NTC core curriculum.
- The following courses in the Real Estate Program satisfy the Social and Behavioral Science requirement within the NTC core curriculum.