Property management is complex – offering a number of challenges beyond collecting rent. In the property management minor, we expose students to aspects of the property management industry from valuation, maintenance, and operations.
Today’s real estate managers need to be leaders who are sharp, adaptable, and ready to explore creative solutions for maximizing revenue while serving the needs of the property’s tenants. The path to success in this rewarding career begins with a program that delivers a competitive advantage.
The Property Management minor provides students to the skills and industry knowledge essential to success in property management.
Students benefit from interactions with Fortune 500 business executives and guest lecturers provide insights, feedback and leadership. Students also have opportunities to participate in inter-collegiate case competitions and test drive your future career through internships and experiential learning activities.
Our curriculum is guided by industry professionals, including James Donnelly, CEO of the Castle Group and a leading executive in Community Association Management for more than 25 years. Upon successful completion you’ll be prepared to start a career in real estate leasing, residential property management, commercial property management, and facilities management.
The minor in property management requires completion of 15 credit hours.
|REE 3301||Real Estate Principles, Practices, and Law||3 credits|
|REE 3990||Property Management Internship||3 credits|
|REE 4302||Residential Property Management||3 credits|
|REE 4303||Commercial Property Management||3 credits|
|REE 4304||Facilities Management||3 credits|
|REE 4305||Property Portfolio and Asset Management||3 credits|
Full-time professionals are available to discuss the minor in property management curriculum with you in greater detail. Simply call Dr. Fred Forgey at 954-258-3630 or contact our Office of Undergraduate Admissions.