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    PLAN 575 - Real Estate Development

    Real estate development examined from both the entrepreneurial and public perspectives, with an emphasis on risk management and the inherent uncertainties of development.


    In this hands-on course, designed for students of all levels, you will learn the fundamentals of real estate decision making, basic finance criteria and practices, and practical techniques to understand how development occurs.

    The four dimensions of real estate are addressed: legal/institutional, physical,financial and economic/market.

    The course includes field hips to view innovative projects, independent fieldwork and interviews of real estate developers, general contractors, designers, urban planners, etc.

    Earn 3 credit hours and satisfy the Experiential Education (EE) general education requirement in 3 weeks with PLAN 575.


    Past course syllabi:  (more PLAN syllabi)
    Maymester 2016

    Maymester 2015


    Next available session:

    Maymester 2017 (Class# 2167)
    M-F (11:30a.m. -2:45p.m.)
    Instructor:  Emil Malizia

    Earn 3 credit hours in three weeks!
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