Proposed Course of Study

Students enrolled in the BS in Real Estate can complete the program in four years of full-time study. The program combines a solid grounding in NYU's liberal arts core, combined with essential courses in Real Estate Finance, Commercial Lease Analysis, Market Analysis in Real Estate, Introduction to Risk and Portfolio Management, Real Estate Valuation, Real Estate Capital Markets, and Real Estate Development. In addition, students choose from a broad array of real estate electives to complete their degree.

Freshman Fall Semester (16 credits) Freshman Spring Semester (16 credits)
Writing I Writing II
Algebra and Calculus or Calculus I Calculus I or Calculus II
Cultures and Contexts Natural Science I or II
Expressive Cultures Real Estate Principles
Sophomore Fall Semester (16 credits) Sophomore  Spring Semester 2015 (16 credits)
Intro to Macroeconomics
Intro to Microeconomics
Real Estate Development Business Org. & Mgmt.
Texts and Ideas Statistics
Elective Elective
Junior Fall Semester (16 credits) Junior Spring Semester (16 credits)
Real Estate Accounting & Taxation Real Estate Law
Real Estate Finance Real Estate Valuation
Societies and the Social Sciences Commercial Lease Analysis
Elective Elective
Senior Fall Semester (16 credits) Senior Spring Semester (16 credits)
Market Analysis in Real Estate            
Senior Project
Intro. to Risk and Portfolio Mgmt. Real Estate Elective
RE Capital Markets Real Estate Elective
Real Estate Elective Real Estate Elective

The sample schedule represents courses that students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Real Estate may take.