Real Estate Development Certificate

Real Estate Development Certificate

The School of City and Regional Planning, in cooperation with 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 in construction and development sectors, and in advancing to graduate education.

Earning the Real Estate Development Certificate

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. 

If you have completed the requirements, you need to fill out the Real Estate Development Certificate completion form or your certificate will not be awarded. Our staff are only able to process your certificate once you have completed the requirements. Please only submit the form when you have completed the requirements listed below

Certificate Requirements

Completion of this certificate requires four courses. You must complete the courses as listed below.

Required Courses

  • MGT 3082 Fundamentals of Real Estate Development
  • One of the following two courses:
    • CP 4610: Introduction to Real Estate Development
    • BC 4735 Real Estate Development and Construction

Elective Courses

Choose two of the following courses:

  • CP 4610: Introduction to Real Estate Development (If not already used to fulfill the required course portion of the certificate.)
  • CP 6611 Principles of Real Estate Finance
  • CP 6640 Real Estate Development Methods
  • ARCH 4151 History of Urban Form
  • BC 3620 Real Estate and Construction Financing and Accounting
  • BC 4640 Construction Marketing
  • BC 4735 Real Estate Development and Construction (If not already used to fulfill the required course portion of the certificate.)
  • BC 6185 Intro to Construction Program Management
  • BC 6375 Trends and Policies for Residential Development
  • BC 6385 Management of Design Phase
  • BC 6500 Real Estate Asset and Income Property Management
  • BC 6575 Real Estate Production Finance
  • BC 6675 Residential Design and Construction
  • MGT 3075 Security Valuation
  • MGT 3078 Finance and Investments
  • MGT 3609 Legal Aspects of Real Estate
  • MGT 4068 Fixed Income Securities
  • MGT 4803 Real Estate Practicum

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