Build a Better Future with a Business Degree in Real Estate

You can get a head start on your property management and real estate career by enrolling in Nova Southeastern University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Property Management and Real Estate—the only program of its kind in Florida. Developed in conjunction with the CEO of one of South Florida’s largest property management organizations, the Castle Group, this program will give you the skills and industry knowledge you need to be successful in the industry.

Property management and real estate professionals need to be leaders who are sharp, adaptable and ready to explore creative solutions for maximizing revenue for the property owner while serving the needs of the property’s tenants. At NSU, you’ll build a solid foundation in business while being exposed to several aspects of the property management and real estate industry including valuation, maintenance and operations. You’ll also gain access to a network of industry professionals that can help you in achieving your goals. Upon successful completion of the program you’ll be prepared to thrive in a challenging and fast-paced career or continue to the Master of Science in Real Estate Development program.

Why Should You Major in Property Management and Real Estate at NSU?

Expand Your Career Opportunities in Real Estate

While in many cases, you don’t need a college degree to become a real estate agent or property manager, almost everyone agrees—a degree in business is highly recommended and gives you an edge in the job hunt. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states that many employers prefer to hire college graduates and that job opportunities are best for those with a college degree in business administration or real estate, in addition to those who obtain professional credentials. A B.S.B.A. in Property Management and Real Estate degree offers you more career opportunities, with the flexibility to work in virtually any location you desire.

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Average Starting Salary

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for Property, Real Estate and Community Association Managers is $58,760 per year.

Shark Destinations

With your B.S.B.A. in Property Management and Real Estate from NSU, you’ll be able to pursue careers in government, commercial or residential property management and real estate. Some of the job titles for graduates with this degree include appraiser, commercial lender, real estate agent, real estate developer, property manager, site selection specialist and more. You can also pursue graduate programs, such as NSU’s Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED), which prepares you for mid- and senior-level positions in the industry.