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  • Type: Public
  • Degree(s): Both


The real estate major offered through the Department of Finance provides comprehensive coverage of personal finance, real estate fundamentals and real estate law. Students completing these courses are qualified to sit for the state real estate brokerage license. Students can also learn about real estate investments, finance and real estate development. Other elective courses include real estate appraisal, environmental issues, professional selling and internships. Qualified students may sit for the state appraisal and mortgage brokerage licenses.

UCF’s Professional Master of Science in Real Estate was designed as a flagship graduate program that prepares students to pursue careers in commercial real estate brokerage and appraisal, real estate development, mortgage brokerage, institutional real estate investment management, capital markets, and asset management. The UCF Professional MSRE program is an evening program, allowing students to continue their full-time careers while earning an AACSB-International accredited Master’s degree.

Core Focus

Minor in Real Estate
Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate
Professional Masters of Science in Real Estate (PMRE)

Program Highlights

The undergraduate curriculum focuses on investments, finance, appraisal, law and development. Students further their educational and professional advancement by internships and by competing in the National Association of Office and Industrial Properties (NAIOP) Challenge.

The Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) degree program covers advanced real estate topics and skills to prepare students for senior executive positions and entrepreneurial endeavors. In addition, many students join UCF REAL (Real Estate Academic Leaders), the student real estate club. UCF REAL hosts industry speakers, special educational programs and networking events, and serves as a connection for internships and career placements. The second pillar of the program is research.


*This information is based on the school's 2017/2018 program and may not reflect changes, updates or deletions to the programs.