The curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Development spans the broader context of real estate allowing students to explore the full structure of real estate and its role in creating our cities and communities. Prerequisite courses integrate the many disciplines that are the foundation for real estate education, including accounting, economics, business finance, and the urban context. Real estate core classes taken through the Price School focus on real estate principals, financial analysis, market analysis, urban design, and the history of cities. Students select electives to complement their interests from either the Price School or related disciplines. Throughout the undergraduate program, classroom instruction is supplemented by professional practice as exemplified by the mandatory internship and capstone laboratory. Finally, the major is structured to provide students with sufficient elective credits to explore minor or other programs at USC.
Minors offer you a way to explore a field, interdisciplinary theme, or topical area with less commitment of time than a major. A minor can be completed in as few as 16 units, with most minors requiring about 20 to 24 units. Minors are optional. Choosing a Minor »
Alternatively, students can take free elective courses of their choosing.