Real Estate Development, Certificate
Offered in: Chicago
The Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development offers academic and practical knowledge to achieve success in the property development sector of the real estate industry. The courses provide fundamental real estate knowledge, specific real estate development process knowledge and project efforts that would be applicable to many careers within the industry. The certificate is most useful to students who have experience in commercial real estate, however, students with residential real estate experience will also benefit from the concepts, application, and analysis provided in the courses.
Students completing the certificate will be given graduate level transcript credit for all of their courses completed with at least a “B” towards the Master of Science in Real Estate degree at Roosevelt. However, a student cannot pursue the MSRE degree and also receive the certificate.
To supplement a student’s experience in commercial real estate with fundamental real estate industry knowledge and specific information related to real estate development.
A student must meet the admission requirements for pursuing a graduate-level business degree as outlined in the Graduate Admission Requirement section of the university’s website. A personal interview with the program director may be requested.
The courses in the Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development are face-to-face class sessions held in the evenings at the Chicago Campus. Each course lasts 15 weeks. Students take four courses; the certificate program can be completed in two semesters, taking 2 classes at a time.
|REES 401||REAL ESTATE PROCESS||3|
|REES 411||REAL ESTATE FINANCE AND INVESTMENT||3|
|REES 421||REAL ESTATE LAW||3|
|REES 481||REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|