With the exponential growth of the real estate market, prospective real estate professionals must combine business expertise with an understanding of the social and environmental costs of development.
Dean, Freeman School of Business
New Orleans is an exceptional place to study real estate because of its storied history, ongoing redevelopment and rapid growth. The city’s rich architectural history and dedication to preservation blends with the innovative development strategies currently driving the reinvestment in and revitalization of the city, making New Orleans an exceptional incubator for learning.
A concentration or specialization in real estate will equip you with the tools for a career in real estate development, finance, analytics, management or consulting. Through the real-world application of theory to current real estate development projects, graduates will be prepared for the rapidly evolving challenges facing the industry.
Courses in Real Estate are offered in four degree programs: