What does it cost?

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How long will it take?

The degree requires completion of 120 credit hours. A student can expect to complete the degree in four years by taking 15 credit hours per semester (fall and spring).

Where can I take classes?
Atlanta Campus, Online (some courses)

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Students may enter the program in the fall, spring, or summer.

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Real Estate , B.B.A.

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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.

Hands-on Opportunities

The Department of Real Estate prides itself on innovation in the classroom. Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of co-curricular activities and classes to gain practical knowledge, develop networks, hone leadership skills, and learn more about the real world.

RE 4050 - Real Estate Development

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.

10th in the Nation

U.S. News & World Report’s "2021 Best Colleges" edition, September 2020.

Program Details

High School Seniors and Recent Graduates
If you’re a senior in high school or if you graduated from high school within the last two years, you’ll apply to begin your bachelor’s degree program using Georgia State’s Common Application.

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International students
International applicants are those students who are in the U.S. on a non-immigrant visa (B-1, H-1, J-1, etc.), students who are living outside the U.S. and who will require an F-1 visa to study in the United States, students who are in the process of applying for Permanent Residency status, but have not yet received the Permanent Residency card or students who have been educated outside the U.S.

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Transfer students
If you’re already in college but need a change, transferring to Georgia State can provide you with the opportunities you need to succeed — in school and after graduation.

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Required Major Courses

RE 3010 - Real Estate Principles
RE 4050 - Real Estate Development
RE 4150 - Real Estate Finance
RE 4160 - Real Estate Investments
Three additional 4000-level real estate courses

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Financial Aid

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Scholarships

Robinson Scholarships

Robinson offers several scholarships through the Office of the Dean as well as the individual academic departments.

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Loans

Individuals who deal in land assets, as investors, brokers, appraisers, analysts, financiers, or developers, require substantial awareness of the community’s political and economic characteristics plus a thorough knowledge of the economics involved in each investment situation.

The curriculum in real estate is designed to provide the student with an understanding of (1) the various phases of real estate activity, (2) the economic and social services relating to land use that are performed by individuals and institutions, and (3) the forms of business and professional services necessary to support real estate activity.

Careers

Program graduates work for a variety of well-respected companies including Jones Lang LaSalle, RaceTrac, and Adams Commercial Real Estate.
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associate broker

analyst

project manager

Related Student Organizations

African american female student smiling and speaking to others at a student organization fair.

The Real Estate Society is an active organization that ultimately bridges the communication gap between real estate industry professionals and real estate students at Robinson. The Department of Real Estate has established an extensive network rooted deep within Atlanta’s real estate community, and leverages those contacts to provide students with unparalleled opportunities.

In the beginning of each semester, a meet and greet event will include:

1) Personal introductions of the organization’s executive board and students

2) A brainstorming session for the types of events members would like to have

3) Distribution of the semester’s tentative schedule

The Commercial Real Estate Group provides a variety of resources including technical workshops, speaker events, property tours, interview prep, exclusive discounts, recruiting resources, and internship as well as full-time opportunities.

Any questions regarding the Commercial Real Estate Group can be sent to CREGatGSU@gmail.com. To join, fill out this form.

Contacts

For help with the admissions process, contact your admissions counselor.

Thao Le, assistant professor
tle116@gsu.edu
404-413-7725

35 Broad St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303