WSU Real Estate Courses – RE 619

RE 619 – Urban Land Development (3 credit hours)

A hands-on course focusing on the challenges and opportunities associated with real estate development projects. Class time is devoted to analyses of actual development projects, with numerous guest lecturers and field trips. Topics covered include market and feasibility analysis, site selection, project design and construction, development financing, ownership structures and marketing strategies. (Note: non-Barton School students do not need special permission to enroll in this course.)

Prerequisites: Junior standing and RE 310, or admission into either the Master of Public Administration or Master of Business Administration programs; students with a declared emphasis in real estate are strongly recommended to take as many other real estate classes as possible before taking RE 619.

Recent instructor: Mr. Goodpasture

Schedule: Offered every spring semester.

This course may be taken by non-WSU students on a non-credit basis.