BS in Real Estate Curriculum


LIBERAL ARTS CORE: Students enrolled in the BS in Real Estate take 60 credits of NYU's liberal arts core courses, which can be completed in NYC on the Washington Square campus. The core is designed to sharpen reading comprehension and writing skills, elevate creative and critical thinking capacities, and enhance social and cultural understanding. (See courses below)

REQUIRED REAL ESTATE COURSE: BS in Real Estate students complete 11 real estate required courses, immersing themselves in the foundational content needed to gain a deep understanding of the field. (See courses below)

REAL ESTATE ELECTIVES: Students also have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of electives. These courses provide the opportunity to explore special topics of interest. (See courses below)

CONCENTRATIONS: Three concentrations are offered in the areas of Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Development, and Real Estate Technology and Entrepreneurship. (See below)

Degree Core Requirements


Students are required to take the following course.

Liberal Arts Electives

Students select an additional 20 credits in Liberal Arts in consultation with their advisor.

Liberal Arts Requirements

Students are required to take one course in each of the following categories.

Real Estate Concentrations

Students select one of the following concentrations and take all three required courses.


The BS in Real Estate offers a diverse array of curricular and extracurricular activities for students to take advantage of while attending NYU. Events provide excellent networking opportunities that are both educational and fun, and often feature prominent alumni and noted business leaders. There also are four Centers of Excellence focused on finance, urban issues, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS) and sustainability for students to partake in specialized applied research with faculty experts as mentors. Students also participate in a variety of global student competitions and academic challenges.

Career Development

Students can work directly with dedicated career coaches from the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at NYU SPS to prepare their résumés, practice their interview skills, and apply for internships. The Wasserman Center also helps to support graduates pursuing  successful placement into the job market.

Admission Criteria

For traditional undergraduate students:

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