About:

The Lewis White Real Estate Center employs an interdisciplinary approach to teaching real estate through the application of cutting-edge techniques and innovative and academically-vetted entrepreneurial thinking processes that are essential for success in the context of today's increasingly dynamic real estate world.

Core Focus:

  • Bachelor of Business Administration B.B.A. Real Estate Emphasis
  • Master of Entrepreneurial Real Estate (M.E.R.E.)
  • Master of Business Administration Real Estate Emphasis

Program Highlights:

Bachelor of Business Administration B.B.A. Real Estate Emphasis:
The Lewis White Real Estate Center's curriculum is structured to insure students have practical knowledge and skills appropriate for providing management and policy leadership in the realm of real estate and its related industries. Students will receive instruction, undertake research project assignments (individual and team) and be introduced to the standards of professional research through course work and assignments. Students will complete 9 credit hours of real estate course work.

Master of Entrepreneurial Real Estate (M.E.R.E.):
The traditional format is designed for currently practicing real estate professionals or those in a related field who are ready to advance their career to the management level. Classes are offered in the evening to accommodate the working professional.

Master of Business Administration Real Estate Emphasis:
The Lewis White Real Estate Center's curriculum is structured to insure students have practical knowledge and skills appropriate for providing management and policy leadership in the realm of real estate and its related industries. Students will receive instruction, undertake research project assignments (individual and team) and be introduced to the standards of professional research through course work and assignments. Students will complete 12 credit hours of real estate work.
 

Source: http://bloch.umkc.edu/lwrec/default.aspx

*This information is based on the school's 2016/2017 program and may not reflect changes, updates or deletions to the programs.