Courses

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. The field is interdisciplinary in nature and students are 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.

Curriculum

Real Estate Curriculum

Elective course offerings are subject to change; courses identified with an asterisk are not expected to be offered in the Winter 2016 quarter.

   

Real Estate Specialization

The UCLA Anderson real estate specialization is designed to prepare MBA students for successful careers in the real estate industry. The specialization provides UCLA Anderson MBA students with conceptual and market frameworks, business methodologies and skill sets, and institutional, legal and regulatory knowledge pertinent to placement in this field. Participating students must fulfill the standard MBA general management requirements, but will also receive additional advanced training in the field of real estate through UCLA Ziman Center real estate courses and extensive extracurricular activities. To complete the specialization, students must pass the Urban Real Estate Finance and Investments (278A) course as well as three extra Ziman Center courses.

For questions about the UCLA Anderson MBA curriculum and the real estate specialization requirements, please contact Jessica Luchenta, Associate Director of Academic Services: jessica.luchenta@anderson.ucla.edu. For questions regarding the Ziman Center's student programs and extracurricular activities, contact the Ziman Center: ziman.center@anderson.ucla.edu.

Real Estate & Property Law Curriculum

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