Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in Real Estate Development

The School of City and Regional Planning, with the cooperation of the School of Building Construction and the Scheller College of Business, offers a certificate in real estate development for undergraduates in good standing at Georgia Tech. The certificate is designed to provide specialized education in real estate development. The certificate makes our students more competitive in securing employment and in advancing to graduate education.

Students must complete twelve credit hours in required and restricted elective courses that must be taken from the College of Design or the Scheller College of Business. Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.7. The certificate is awarded upon graduation or the next semester after graduation. 

Program of Study

MGT 3082Fundamentals of Real Estate Development3
Choose one from the following:3
Introduction to Real Estate Investment
Real Estate Development and Construction
Choose two from the following:6
Introduction to Real Estate Investment
Principles of Real Estate Finance and Development
Applied Real Estate Development Methods
History of Urban Form
Real Estate and Construction Finance and Accounting
Construction Marketing
Real Estate Development and Construction
Introduction to Construction Program Management
Trends & Pol For Res Dev
Management of Design Phase as Owner
Real Estate Asset and Income Property Management
Real Estate Production Finance
Residential Design and Construction
Security Valuation
Finance and Investments
Legal Aspects of Real Estate
Fixed Income
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Real Estate Practicum)
Total Credit Hours12