Concentration in Real Estate
The MBA real estate concentration is for students interested in leadership roles within the real estate industry. Understanding the complexities of the real estate industry, the School’s program takes a multidisciplinary approach and utilizes the academic talent and expertise of faculty throughout the University of Miami. The School’s location in a high-growth international city provides an ideal environment for students to learn firsthand about the complexities of real estate development. As part of the coursework, students hone their practical skills by working on projects that focus on local and national development opportunities, including exposure to economic market analysis, feasibilities study, loan application proposals and commercial underwriting.
The Real Estate Concentration comprises of FIN 645 and three other courses that may be selected from the list below which includes two courses from the School of Architecture. The Architecture courses are in the process of being re-titled and re-numbered but have been taught by Professor Charles Bohl in the past on Friday mornings from 9:00 a.m. until Noon. MBA students who enroll in the Architecture courses must meet any pre-requisites established by the School of Architecture.
Four courses are required for a Real Estate concentration:
FIN 645 Real Estate Finance (required)
And three from the following:
BSL 694 Real Estate Law
FIN 644 Real Estate Investment and Appraisal (three-credit class)
MAS 663 Project Management and Modeling
RED 601 Introduction to Real Estate Development and Urbanism (three-credit class)
RED 660 Urban Infill, Preservation and Mixed Use Development (three-credit class)