The real estate minor is open to all undergraduate students at Lehigh University, irrespective of the student’s home college or department. Real estate courses are taken in parallel with a student’s chosen academic major and, consistent with the multidisciplinary nature of the industry, integrates topics across a wide range of fields.
An update to the program structure and course content will go into effect with the Fall 2019 semester. Students must complete 5 courses; 3 required and 2 elective.
|Course No.||Course Name||Credits||Pre-reqs|
|REAL 301||Real Estate Development||3|
|REAL 347||Real Estate Investment||3|
|REAL 348||Real Estate Practicum||3||REAL 301, REAL 347|
|REAL 305||Real Estate Law||3|
|FIN 336||Real Estate Finance||3||FIN 323, FIN 328|
|MGT/SCM 328||Negotiations and Conflict Management||3|
|POLS/ES 312||Urban Environmental Policy Workshop||4|
|CEE 266||Construction Management||3||CEE 202 (or approval)|
|ARCH 002||Architectural History II||4|
|or ARCH 034||Digital Drawing and 3D Modeling||4|
|or ARCH 157||Architectural Technology I||4|
The capstone practicum course (REAL 348) is offered in the spring and culminates in the Collins Family Scholarship Competition, where cash prizes are awarded to the winning team. Pre-requisites must be completed prior to the start of the semester in which a student intends to participate in the practicum.
For more information, contact:
Loren K. Keim
Professor of Practice in Real Estate