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.
Students need to complete 5 required courses in addition to a real estate internship. The practicum, a two-semester capstone course sequence, must be taken during the senior year.
|Course No.||Course Name||Credits||Pre-reqs|
|IPRE 001||Introductory Seminar in Real Estate||3||n/a|
|IPRE 002||Field Laboratory||2||IPRE 001|
|IPRE 301||Real Estate Value Creation||3||n/a|
|IPRE 347||Practicum in Real Estate I||2||IPRE 301|
|IPRE 348||Practicum in Real Estate II||2||IPRE 347|
The practicum culminates in the Collins Family Scholarship Competition at the end of the senior year, where cash prizes are awarded to the winning team.
Those students who are finance majors also tend to take FIN 336, Real Estate Finance.
For more information, contact:
Loren K. Keim
Professor of Practice in Real Estate