|Florida State University||Tallahassee||Florida|
|University of Texas at Dallas||Dallas||Texas|
Real Estate professionals engage in a number of activities from overseeing real estate transactions for property firms to managing homeowner and condominium associations. They work for large corporate residential and/or commercial real estate firms or boutique agencies, or they might own their own business. The real estate industry is certainly making a comeback and the demand for experienced professionals is rising once again. To prepare for entry into this (still) lucrative field, many graduates are now opting for an MBA with a Concentration in Real Estate. This concentration features advanced coursework in areas such as real estate development and investment, sustainable development, real estate analysis, real estate law and taxation, information technology, commercial real estate, and real estate appraisal.
Coursework for the Concentration in Real Estate must be completed in addition to the MBA business core curriculum. The number of credits required for this concentration varies by school, but it is typically 12 credit hours.
Colleges that offer Online MBA Programs with concentrations in Real Estate:
- Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
- Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, Oregon
- University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, Texas