Real Estate Development Minor
Application for Real Estate Development Minor
Available to undergraduate students who:

1. Complete ARCH 271/RDEV 250 with a C- or better (offered in the fall and spring terms for the 2016-2017 academic year)
2. Earn a UMD GPA of 2.0 or higher
3. Complete all required courses with a grade of C- or higher.
4. Complete and sign this application.
5. Meet with the Director of the Real Estate Development Minor to review the Minor’s requirements.

* Before applying, you should consult with your major advisor to ensure that you have enough elective credits to complete a minor.

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Academic Background
Students may use a maximum of 6 credits (or 2 courses) to satisfy the requirements of both a major and a minor. Additionally, courses completed in one minor may not be used to satisfy the requirements in another minor.
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Personal Statement
Please write a short statement (no more than 250 words) explaining why you are interested in pursuing a real estate development minor. *
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Application Checklist
1. Review this application carefully and when you are satisfied with your responses, hit the submit button
2. Sign up for an advising appointment with the Director of the Real Estate Development minor at:
3. Print off a copy of your unofficial transcript and bring it to your meeting with the Director of the Real Estate Development minor.

By submitting and "signing" this application, I understand that in order to complete a minor in Real Estate Development, I must:
1. Complete all required courses with a C- or better; and
2. Have the capacity to complete the requirements of the minor by my scheduled graduation date.

Failure to submit and "sign" this application is grounds for refusal of admission to the Real Estate Development Minor.

If accepted into the minor, I understand that I may be removed from the minor if I fail to complete any of these requirements.

I hereby declare that the above statements are true to the best of my knowledge.

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Required Courses
1. ARCH 271/RDEV 250 - People, Planet and Profit: Building Sustainable Places
2. RDEV 350 – Principles, Practice and Process of Real Estate Development. Prerequisite: C- or better in ARCH 271/RDEV 250
3. RDEV 450 – Foundations of Real Estate Finance and Investment. Prerequisite: C- or better in RDEV 350 and RDEV 270 or equivalent.
4. RDEV 270 – Tax and Accounting for Real Estate Development; or BMGT 220 – Principles of Accounting; or BMGT 210 – Foundations of Accounting for Non-Business Majors (2 credits) + 3 credit Economics course; or Equivalent accounting course at other 4 year institution or community college that qualifies for transfer credit
Electives (choose 1)
See updated list on School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation website as classes will be added from time to time.

• RDEV 470 – Real Estate Case Studies. Prerequisite: C- or better in RDEV 350, RDEV 270 or equivalent
• ARCH 435 – History of Contemporary Architecture (or other ARCH history seminar as offered from time to time)
• AGNR 301 - Sustainability
• URSP 372 – Diversity and the City (or other URSP Seminar at the 300 or 400 level as offered from time to time)
• LARC 461 -- People and the Environment
• LARC 452 – Green Infrastructure and Community Greening
• BMGT 340 – Business Finance
• BMGT 350 – Marketing Principles and Organization
• BMGT 364 – Managing People and Organizations
• BMGT 461 - Entrepreneurship
• BMGT XXX – Advanced course for Business Majors
• PUAF 313 – Advocacy in the American Political System
• COMM 330 – Argumentation and Public Policy
• COMM 385 - Influence
• COMM 425 – Negotiation and Conflict Management
• ENSP 330 – Introduction to Environmental Law
• ENSP 340 – Water: Science, Ethics and Law
• Or other 300 or 400 level course as may be approved by the Director of the Minor in Real Estate Development

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