More students are enrolled in finance and real estate than any other undergraduate concentration within Colorado State University. No wonder, as finance and real estate are two of the largest industries in the world. How do you prepare someone to work in a profession that offers such wide career selections? By providing both academic and extracurricular opportunities that echo the variety of the industry. Their undergraduate and graduate students have many options to tailor their time to best fit their career aspirations, whether it be within a traditional or an emerging field. They are guided by faculty who are committed to teaching and research and place particular importance on engaging, practical learning that prepares students for exciting and challenging finance and real estate careers.
The real estate certificate is designed to provide you with skills to work toward selling, leasing, investing, and owning real estate. Virtually every avenue of business owns or leases real estate. This, coupled with substantial personal investment in real estate, makes this certificate a valuable complement to any field.
The undergraduate real estate concentration prepares you for a career in real estate and related industries. You will learn and understand the development, financing, management, and marketing of land resources. You’ll also learn how these resources are used by developers and real estate financiers.
The Masters of Finance is a rigorous, practical program that will teach you the principles, processes, and practices of investment analysis, corporate finance, and financial risk management. You’ll leave the program with hands-on experience – including portfolio management and valuation of projects and companies.
*This information is based on the school's 2016/2017 program and may not reflect changes, updates or deletions to the programs.