Bachelor of Science in Real Estate (BSRE)
In cooperation with the Fordham Real Estate Institute, the bachelor’s degree in real estate focuses on real-world, professional practices in real estate investment, development, legal issues, urban economics, accounting, finance, valuation, construction, and management. Through this comprehensive real estate curriculum, Fordham's students develop the knowledge base and professional skills required for career advancement and achievement in a global real estate environment.
Our small class sizes, engaged faculty, and real-world curriculum provide each student with the academic tools and flexibility necessary for success in today's real estate industry.
Features of the bachelor's degree program in real estate
- Evening and online courses
- Merit and need-based financial aid
- Generous transfer credit policies, and credit for life experience
- Faculty members dedicated to advancing students' career goals
- Fordham Real Estate Institute industry networking events
- Fordham's extensive alumni network and career services programs
The real estate major consists of three prerequisite courses, six core real estate courses, and elective courses, several of which also satisfy requirements of the Fordham University Core Curriculum. Students complete their major with elective courses in real estate.
The Bachelor of Science in Real Estate in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies has the following learning objectives:
- Demonstrate an understanding of professional practices and effective methodology.
- Demonstrate an awareness of the local, national, and global perspective of Real Estate.
- Demonstrate competency in critical thinking skills.
- Demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills.
This bachelor's degree program is available at the Lincoln Center and Westchester campuses.
Accelerated M.S. in Real Estate Program
Earn a Master's in Real Estate in only one year of study beyond the bachelor's degree.
Benefits of Becoming a Double Ram
- Cost savings over a typical two- or three-year graduate program at another school
- The prestige of a Fordham degree from a highly ranked graduate school
- The development of specialized skills that can lead to greater career opportunities and earning potential