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How to transfer from one major to the BBA in Real Estate?

To transfer from a current Baruch major to the BBA in Real Estate major, the students are encouraged to study the BBA in Real Estate Investment requirement sheet  and BBA in Real Estate Development requirement sheet in detail. Specifically, if a student is outside of the Zicklin School of Business, the student will have to fulfill the required Zicklin pre-business courses. Please see the Eligibility Section.

What are the requirements for the BBA in Real Estate?

The BBA in Real Estate requires a minimum of 62 liberal arts credits, 54 credits in business area courses and 3-15 credits in free electives. Please see the BBA in Real Estate Investment requirement sheet  and BBA in Real Estate Development requirement sheet for the detailed requirements.

What are some of the career opportunities available in Real Estate?

There are many good job opportunities for students with a real estate major or minor, please see the career information section for details.

How to transfer from one Zicklin major to the BBA in Real Estate?

To transfer from a current Zicklin major to the BBA in Real Estate major, students should fill out a Zicklin School of Business Undergraduate change of major form.

Is there an on-line application to become a BBA Major in Real Estate?

Yes, go to on-line application and complete the eligibility form.

Which courses should a student take first after being admitted to the Zicklin School of Business?

A student should take FIN 3000 and RES 3000 in the first semester of their admittance to Zicklin (FIN 3000 is a prerequisite for several other required RES courses). In the second semester, it is suggested that a student in either the investment track or development track take RES 3200 and RES 3300. Students in the investment track can also take RES 3400; while students in the developement track can take RES 3700, RES 3800 and RES 3900.

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