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  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
USC Catalogue 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Real Estate Finance Minor


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The minor in real estate finance is available to all majors except business and real estate development. It provides students with training in the areas of business, finance, real estate law, design, and urban economics. It provides an opportunity for students to gain thorough exposure to the topics of real estate investing, finance and development. Upon successful completion of this minor, students will have achieved a basic understanding of the interplay of the various disciplines involved in contemporary real estate ownership and investment and how they impact the areas of the student's specific interests and expertise.

Those completing this minor will master techniques in valuing income-producing properties, analyze financial instruments such as mortgages and loans, understand the roles of debt and equity, gain insights into the processes of design and construction, as well as understand the dynamics of how real estate markets affect the underlying values of real property assets, as well as the role real estate markets play in the overall economy.

To enroll, students must have completed a minimum of 32 units of college-level course work and attained a minimum overall GPA of at least 2.75. Successful completion of this minor requires a minimum of 16 upper-division units in the minor and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 for the 24 units.

Required Courses (16 Units)


Real Estate Law


Notes:


*ACCT 410  or BUAD 280  or BUAD 305  must be taken before BUAD 215 .

**Requires prerequisite of  ECON 351  and corequisites of  ECON 352  and BUAD 310  

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