The B.B.A. in Real Estate program offers a broad-based curriculum that provides a balance between theory and practice.
The coursework emphasizes the following major components of real estate: appraisal, corporate real estate, development, finance, investments and market analysis.
Georgia State’s undergraduate catalog lists the required coursework for the program as well as a suggested schedule of study.
This program is part of Robinson’s Department of Real Estate.
We take pride in exposing students to the real world so their learning goes beyond textbooks.
Experiential components of the B.B.A. in Real Estate program include:
Real Estate Development (RE 4050)
Students tour existing buildings that have been purchased by firms seeking to make some capital investment and reposition the assets. Recent examples include Centennial Tower and the Equitable Building.
Please note: while every section of the above courses might not include exactly the above projects, faculty incorporate real-world learning into the curriculum.