- Real Estate Transactions I (Fall course)
- Real Estate Transactions II (Spring course)
- Tax I (Fall or Spring course)
- Tax II (Spring course)
- Selected Problems Land Law: Real Estate Process [meets with Real Estate 706] (Spring course)
- Business Organizations I (Fall or Spring course)
One other elective course required from the following:
- Environmental Law
- Secured Transactions
- Community Economic Development Law
- Rural Community Development Law
- Land Use
- Securities Regulation
- Residential Property Development (Business School course; Real Estate Process is a pre-req)
- Commercial Property Development (Business School Course; Real Estate Process is pre-req)
- Water Law and Policy (Spring course)
For December 2011 graduates and thereafter, in order to receive a certificate recognizing that you have satisfied the requirements for the Real Estate Concentration, a student must take all of the required courses and at least one of the qualifying elective courses and must receive a grade of at least a C in all of the courses whether required or the elective.
Student earning a 3.5 cumulative average in courses fulfilling Real Estate Law Concentration requirements will receive Honors in the Concentration.
For additional information on the Real Estate Law Concentration contact Professor Thomas Mitchell.