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BUS 347 Practicum in Real Estate I 2 Credits

This course is an interdisciplinary study of the creation of value in commercial real estate. Organized into groups, with each group assigned a different subject commercial real property, the class engages in the study of the physical and locational characteristics of commercial real estate as they relate to value including: property history; architecture; physical attributes that add to or detract from value; tenenat mix; the immediate neighborhood environment; and, the specific market in which the real property competes for tenants. Each group submits a written report of their findings and produces a 10-minute video documentary on their subject property. Permission of the instructor. Students enrolling in this course must also commit to enrolling in the follow-on course - Bus 348 - Practicum in Real Estate II.
Prerequisites: (ECO 145 or ECO 045 or ECO 146) and ACCT 151 and FIN 225