Real Estate, Housing and Community Development in Context
The Economic Development and Housing Specialization trains students for careers in housing, community development, real estate and economic development.
The major goals of this specialization are to:
- Teach underlying economic theory governing real estate markets, politics surrounding the development process, and social theory underpinning the role of community organizations and residents.
- Provide historical perspectives needed to understand and analyze current planning and policy issues, as well as the practical skills, such as real estate finance, needed to work in these fields.
Courses at Wagner
Please note: Some courses are taught every other year.
Courses Outside the Wagner School
In addition to the recommended Wagner courses, students may explore NYU electives offered outside of Wagner. The following is a partial list of potential courses. Students interested in pursuing these or other non-Wagner electives must first obtain the approval of the Urban Planning faculty. Refer to the registration procedures for more information.
Courses in the Stern School of Business
- BSPA-GB.2300, Real Estate Transactions
- ECON-GB.3375, Urban Systems
- FINC-GB.2329, Real Estate Primary Markets
- FINC-GB.2339, Real Estate Capital Markets
- OPMG-GB.2360, Real Estate Development and Entrepreneurship
See the Stern School of Business web site for course descriptions.
Courses in the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate
- REAL1-GC 1005, Principles of Real Estate Accounting and Taxation
- DEVE1-GC 1035, Real Estate Finance
- DEVE1-GC 1045, Real Estate Economics and Market Analysis
- DEVE1-GC 1050, Legal Principles and Practices
- DEVE1-GC 1055, Real Estate Valuation and Feasibility Analysis
- DEVE1-GC 1060, The Development Process
- REAL1-GC 1070, Corporate Finance
- REAL1-GC 1080, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
- REAL1-GC 3400, Seminar in Community Development
- REAL1-GC 3015, Affordable Housing Development
- DEVE1-GC 2105, Green Building & Sustainable Development
- REAL1-GC 3185, Urban Economic Development
- DEVE1-GC 2115, Applied Project in Sustainable Development
- DEVE1-GC 2300, Community and Civic Engagement in Real Estate Development
See the Schack Institute web site for course descriptions.