According to the National Apartment Association, there will be an increase of 1.8 million renter households over the next decade because of immigration, “echo boomers” (children of baby boomers reaching their 20s and joining the work force), and “baby boomers” electing to downsize into multi-housing developments, especially age-55-and-over communities.
The Minor in Property Management is designed to provide students with the basic competencies required for the management of residential and commercial real estate. The program presents a comprehensive overview of the multidisciplinary responsibilities of the professional property manager—from leasing a rental unit to maintaining the physical plant.
Upon completing the Minor in Property Management, graduates will be able to:
This is a flexible, convenient undergraduate credential for full- or part-time students, both on campus and online. Courses are offered in the fall, winter, spring, and summer.
The Minor in Property Management will help students develop the necessary competencies to be successful in the multidimensional field of property management. The course of study will be an appropriate complement to a variety of majors across the university.