BS BA with Real Estate Concentration

The real estate industry has always been a dynamic part of the Texas economy – and that’s still true today. Professionals who can analyze real estate investments, assess risk and organize financing are in demand. Those who graduate with real estate skills may pursue careers across a range of specialties including broker, property manager, appraiser, investment analyst, asset manager, developer and real estate credit underwriter.

A student interested in a Real Estate concentration may pursue a guided program as part of either a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS BA) degree or a Bachelor of Science in Finance (BS-Finance) degree. Real estate courses are available as electives to most students.

Any UT Dallas student interested in a real estate career may join the Real Estate Club. Members meet UT Dallas alumni and executives in the industry, can participate in student competitions and get help with internships and employment opportunities.

The real estate world is complex with so many interconnected and moving pieces that it’s tough for those without training to grasp the scope of issues in this profession. This concentration is designed to expose students to industry specific knowledge and provide them the skills to understand issues of value and market dynamics – information that will help them regardless of their current field of study or ultimate career goal.

An understanding of real estate is important to those choosing careers in finance banking, construction, transportation, investments or retail. Whether you are pursuing a career in real estate or simply looking for an interesting elective, we have real estate courses that are designed to meet your needs and help you understand this dynamic environment.

George DeCourcy Associate Director, Real Estate Programs

Business Administration students are able to pursues a concentration in real estate.

Concentration Core Courses

For current information about Academic Degree plans and Course Information visit the BS in BA page of the Undergraduate Catalog.

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Real Estate Track Core Courses

Finance students may focus their studies on the Real Estate track. These students should consult with their academic advisor, about course selection and progression.

For current information about Academic Degree plans and Course Information visit the Finance page of the Undergraduate Catalog.

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Our students want internship opportunities.

Real estate representatives are encouraged to consider UT Dallas students for internships. The rigorous coursework our students complete will bring your organization up-to-the-minute skills that you may tap for a short project or as a long-term resource. Contact one of our Career Management Center professionals to discuss your internship opportunities.

Permanent or Contract Positions

Many employers set up interview sessions at UT Dallas. We will provide you with a separate room and several candidates to interview. Our staff will screen interviewees and make your hiring process efficient and effective. Contact the Career Management Center for information.

Do you have time to be a mentor?

Even if you are not ready to bring on an intern or employee, we encourage you to get involved with a student in an informal mentor arrangement. This low-level commitment, as little as several hours a semester, encourages senior real estate professionals to spend time with a student considering a real estate career. You might share stories, help with goal setting or even talk about classwork. Many executives find this to be a rewarding role and students say these informal relationships are invaluable. Contact George DeCourcy if this opportunity interests you.