Real Estate Property Management
Learn the core competencies and specialized skills to manage and optimize day-to-day operations, perform long-term planning consistent with ownership goals, and ultimately, maximize the value of income-producing multifamily, office and mixed-use properties. Through the study of established management practices with real-world applications, this program supports career advancement for both current and up-and-coming property and facility managers. Subject areas include management proposals and plans, market analysis, leases, operating and capital budgets, financial management, building systems, health and safety issues, insurance considerations, local laws and codes, capital improvement projects, and more.
The Professional Certificate in Real Estate Property Management credential is issued to students who successfully complete four 6-week courses (either in-person or online).
Four Required Courses:
- Principles of Real Estate Property Management REPM-0110
- Property Budgets and Financial Management REPM-0120
- Residential Property Marketing, Leasing, and Tenant Relations REPM-0130 or Commercial Real Estate Leases REPM-0030
- Fundamentals of Building Systems REPM-0040
Transfer Credit Policy: Students who have recently completed comparable nondegree courses at an accredited two- or four-year college or university with a grade of B or higher may request approval to apply those courses toward the completion of a professional certificate at the Fordham PCS Real Estate Institute. Students are encouraged to seek approval from the program director prior to the start of their first course at Fordham. With prior approval, students may transfer one course toward a four-course professional certificate at the Fordham Real Estate Institute.
Students may enroll in individual courses at the Fordham Real Estate Institute without pursuing a certificate.