|The Bachelor of Science in Policy, Planning, and Development prepares students for a professional career and/or graduate study by engaging them in interdisciplinary analysis and exploration of complex problems communities face in the 21st century. Students approach critical political, social, and economic issues in areas such as urban planning, health care, and the environment — with a focus on improving quality of life. Unique features include:
- Four distinct tracks: health, public policy, non-profit management, and sustainable planning;
- Capstone and internship experiences that expand your knowledge and help launch your career;
- Opportunities to conduct research with renown faculty;
- Career support from our Career Services Office, Undergraduate Student Groups, and the Rawjee Family Undergraduate Student Conversations at USC Price.
|Successful real estate professionals must be able to grasp the many disciplines that shape real estate. Across real estate functions – like development, finance, and investment – and spanning product types – including office, industrial, residential, or retail properties, good underwriting necessitates a diverse skill set. The Price Undergraduate Degree in Real Estate Development incorporates finance and capital markets, regional and city planning, architectural design, and public policy.
Price School students will be trained to look at the interaction between people and place, at the links between real estate decision makers, and at the impact real estate has on our cities and communities. The Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Development delivers rigorous underwriting of real estate development and investment, provides an understanding of the real estate industry, and prepares Price graduates for a role in changing an urbanizing world.