A Minor in Real Estate is offered through the Tulane School of Architecture and is open to all Tulane undergraduate students. The program is designed to provide students with the essential knowledge and skillsets needed for entry-level positions and careers in the real estate industry. The program provides a strong foundation in Real Estate as a business, specifically focused on careers as an investor, owner, developer, financial analyst, project manager, and consultant.
To earn a Minor in Real Estate students must complete five (5) courses, including four (4) SRED core courses and one (1) approved SRED elective course.
Students can choose between courses offered during the Fall, Spring and Summer terms.
Students who wish to take classes during summer-term can register for the Real Estate Summer Minor Institute (RESM), which offers all five (5) required courses over 12-weeks through an in-person or virtual experience. The RESM program is a popular option for students who 1) want to complete the Minor in one semester, 2) want to utilize the summer semester to get ahead on SRED coursework, or 3) want to utilize the summer semester to catch up on SRED coursework. Visit the RESM program site for more details including tuition fees, dates, etc.
Students who want to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Real Estate (BSRE) degree are allowed to count the Minor in Real Estate courses towards the BSRE degree requirements.
|SRED 2010||Introduction to Real Estate||3|
|SRED 2020||Real Estate Transactions||3|
|SRED 2030||Real Estate Market Analysis & Finance||3|
|SRED 2040||Fundamentals of Real Estate Development||3|
|SRED Elective (see approved elective list below)||3|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
- SRED 2010 Introduction to Real Estate (3 c.h.), SRED 2020 Real Estate Transactions (3 c.h.), SRED 2030 Real Estate Market Analysis & Finance (3 c.h.), SRED 2040 Fundamentals of Real Estate Development (3 c.h.), and SRED 4515 Sustainable Urban Development (4 c.h.) are also 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 complete SRED 4515 Sustainable Urban Development (4 c.h.) as part of the Real Estate Summer Minor program and later decide to pursue the major will receive credit for the approved Sustainability/Environment-focused elective course as part of the BSRE major requirements.
|SRED 4510||Climate Change Resilience & Adaptation||3|
|SRED 4515||Sustainable Urban Development||4|
|SRED 4520||Cities, Disasters & Decisions||3|
|SRED 4525||Comm RE Analysis with ARGUS||3|
|SRED 4530||Infrastructure Planning & Financing||3|
|SRED 4540||Building Performance & Benchmarking||3|
|SRED 4550||Community Development Finance||3|