Real Estate

The real estate concentration at UCLA Anderson is integrated into the school's general MBA curriculum. Students interested in this career path will learn about real estate financing and investing as well as entrepreneurial real estate development. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the field, students are also encouraged to take courses in taxation and law, as well as classes in related departments at UCLA, such as Urban Planning, Public Policy, Architecture and Civil Engineering.

Elective course offerings are subject to change; courses identified with an asterisk are not expected to be offered in the current academic year.

Strongly Recommended Electives Other Suggested Electives
Urban Real Estate Financing and Investment (278A) Topics in Business Law (224)
Real Estate Securitization: Debt (278B) Fixed Income Markets (232B)
Cases in Real Estate Investments (279A) Option Markets (232D)
Entrepreneurial Real Estate Development (279B) Price Policies (262)
Real Estate, the Economy and Capital Markets (298D) Mktg. Research: Design & Eval. (264A)
Real Estate Law and Taxation (298D)
New Product Development (266A)
Advanced Strategy: Non-Market Competition (298D)
Public Policy Clinic: Land Use, the Environment and Local Gov. (Law 438)