A minimum of 36 credit hours are required for a Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Real Estate degree. Students without prior preparation in accounting, economics, finance and statistics may need to take additional prerequisite courses.
Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Real Estate students must be advised before enrolling in their first semester of coursework. Subsequent advising is not required, but recommended. Questions about the program should be directed to the Bloch Admissions & Recruitment Office, room 227 of Bloch Heritage Hall, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students are responsible for information sent via UMKC email.
- RL-EST 5556: Entrepreneurial Real Estate Process
- RL-EST 5571: Real Estate Finance
- RL-EST 5572: Global Real Estate
- RL-EST 5573: Real Estate Feasibility and Market Analysis
- RL-EST 5574: Real Estate Construction and Development
- RL-EST 5576: Real Estate Property and Portfolio Management
- RL-EST 5577: Real Estate Valuation
- RL-EST 5578: Legal Context of Real Estate
Electives are intended to allow a student to pursue individualized areas of study that will complement the intended goals in their chosen profession. Graduate courses offered by the Henry W. Bloch School of Management do not have to be pre-approved. Any interdisciplinary courses not listed in the chart below must be pre-approved by the student's real estate advisor. List may be updated periodically. Some classes may have prerequisites or special enrollment processes through the course's academic unit.
- CIV-ENGR 5563: Construction Law, 3 hours
- CIV-ENGR 5565: Project Finance, 3 hours
- CIV-ENGR 5566: Green Building and Sustainable Infrastructure, 3 hours
- POL-SCI 424: Urban Politics and Community Power Structures, 3 hours
- POL-SCI 5524: Urban Politics, 3 hours
- LAW 8501: Contracts I, 3 hours
- LAW 8729: Preservation Law, 2-3 hours
- LAW 8766: Land Use Law, 2-3 hours
- LAW 8898: Construction Law, 2 hours
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Retention and Graduation Requirements
Of the total required, at least 80 percent of all courses must be passed with a grade of "B" (3.0) or higher. No grade below "C" (2.0) in any 500-level course or below "B-" (2.7) in any 300 or 400-level course may count toward the Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Real Estate degree. Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative graduate GPA to be in good standing and for graduation.
All students must submit a program of study form once they have completed 50% of their program hours. An application for graduation must be submitted early in the student's final semester. See the academic calendar for specific deadlines. Forms are available in the Bloch School Services Office, room 115 Bloch Heritage Hall.