Class load for the real estate minor is seven classes, including:
BUSI 408 Corporate Finance
BUSI 585 Introduction to Real Estate
BUSI 601 Real Estate Finance
BUSI 603 Real Estate Development
BUSI 604H Real Estate & Capital Markets
BUSI 605 Real Estate Capstone
Plus one additional class chosen from:
BUSI 580 Investments
BUSI 589 Fixed Income
PLAN 246 Introduction to Planning
PLAN 247 Solving Urban Problems
PLAN 317 Introduction to Site Planning and Urban Design
PLAN 375 Real Estate Development
ECON 440 Analysis of Public Finance
UREC welcomes all UNC students and fosters students’ professional development through educational programming, professional networking, career treks and access to technical training.
We meet weekly during the academic year with meetings that include the following kinds of activities:
Weekly newsletters keep you informed of club activities, internship and full-time job postings, and other opportunities in the field.
UREC is also committed to giving back and works with Habitat for Humanity to volunteer on build sites.
You don’t have to be a business major or a real estate minor to join UREC! Sign up through Heel Life website today!
We like to make sure students are applying what they learn to the real world of real estate. We do so in the following ways:
Case Competitions – Each year the Wood Center sponsors a team to compete in a national real estate case competition. Four business majors in the Real Estate Area of Emphasis compete each year and earn a trip to the semi-final competition should their case be chosen to advance!
Career Treks – Over fall break, we organize career treks to tour companies and job sites at 4 or 5 companies within a major city. Previous treks have been to Atlanta, Washington, D.C. and Charlotte, to name a few.
UNC Real Estate Conference – Undergraduate students can attend the Wood Center’s yearly real estate conference for free. The conference offers a great way to network with professionals in the field and
Let us teach you! Want to learn more about the field of Commercial Real Estate? Allow some of our current real estate students to give you an introduction to the field, explain some basic concepts and describe different career paths within the field.
The Capital Stack: What is it and why does it matter?
Understanding cap rate /Gross potential income /Net operating income
Finding your place: Careers in CRE