Real Estate

The certificate in Real Estate is designed to prepare students to learn more about many aspects of the real estate industry.  The 3-course sequence, which can be taken in any order, includes topics such as a general real estate industry overview, real estate financing, and real estate development. This certificate is aimed at students in all areas of study to supplement their coursework and increase their understanding of the real estate industry, which will help in many facets of students' personal and professional lives.

Contact Information

Department of Business
Dominguez Hall 301
970.248.1778

REAL 350 Real Estate Fundamentals3 Credits

Overview of basic components of the real estate industry. Includes industry terminology and basic real estate concepts and principles.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring.

REAL 410 Real Estate Finance and Development3 Credits

Exploration of the process of land development, land packaging and land banking. Analyzes and evaluates real estate financing transactions and opportunities.

Prerequisites: REAL 350.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring.

REAL 415 Real Estate Valuation and Investment3 Credits

Examination of real estate appraisals using the current industry practices. Calculate and analyze real estate investment opportunities and strategies using current industry investment analysis tools.

Prerequisites: REAL 350.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring.