Real Estate Management and Development MBA Degree Concentration
Update to Drexel LeBow’s Real Estate Management and Development MBA Concentration: At Drexel LeBow, we continually evaluate our programs to ensure they are innovative, future-focused and aligned with student and industry needs. At the present time, the Real Estate Management and Development MBA Concentration at Drexel LeBow is undergoing revision. Please select from other available MBA concentrations.
Why pursue an MBA degree in real estate management and development?
An MBA degree with a concentration in real estate management and development prepares you to for a variety of management positions in real estate. Whether you’re an experienced professional seeking career advancement or are looking to relaunch your career, our real estate management and development MBA program concentration will provide you with an understanding of the industry.
Each course in the concentration will help you build key skills to be successful in the field including:
- Financial accounting for real estate
- Real estate property laws and the right
- Pro-forma analysis
- Lease valuation
How long does it take to get an MBA with a concentration in real estate management and development?
- Part-Time MBA Degree Program can take 1.5–3 years to complete
- Accelerated MBA Degree Program can take 1–2 years to complete
Real Estate Management and Development Concentration Curriculum
Requirements and Coursework
|BLAW 631||Real Estate Law for Managers and Developers||3|
|REMD 675||Real Estate Finance||3|
Select one additional elective from the following:
|CMGT 535||Community Impact Analysis||3|
|ECON 625||Urban and Real Estate Economics||3|
|FIN 622||Financial Institutions & Markets||3|
|MKTG 638||New Product Planning, Strategy, and Development||3|
|ORGB 640||Negotiations for Leaders||3|
|POM 610||Supply Chain Management I||3|
|REAL 568||Real Estate Development||3|
|REMD T680||Special Topics in REMD||3|
In addition to our real estate management and development MBA concentration, Drexel LeBow offers other master’s programs for those looking to pursue a second degree.