Concentration in Real Estate:
Income Tax I (description)
Income Tax II (description)
Land Use Planning (description) or Conveyancing (description)
Land Finance and Transfer (description)
Note: Student must successfully complete Property as a prerequisite for this concentration.
*Elective Courses: In addition to taking one of the two required courses and fulfilling the practical skills and writing requirements, students are required to take electives sufficient to fulfill the balance of the 18 credits required for the Concentration. Equivalent courses may be approved by the Concentration Advisor:
Landlord Tenant (description)
Estate Planning (description)
Real Estate Development (description)
Real Estate Planning
Secured Transactions (description)
Real Estate Drafting
Land Use Planning (description)
Practice and Writing Components:
Real Estate Practicum (description)
Note: In the case of extraordinary circumstances and undue hardship, the Associate Dean,
in consultation with the Concentration Advisor may propose an alternative means of satisfying the Practice Component.
*Note: Some courses will not be offered every Academic Year.