BBA in Real Estate

Shorelight- University of Mississippi, United States

bba-in-real-estate

Next enrollment cycle

December 2021

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First Year Course Fee

USD 25,776

Course Accredited By

NA

  • 4 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
  • Up to 30% scholarship
Buy or lease? Invest or sell? Develop an in-depth understanding of appraisals and real estate development, including buying, selling, and managing residential and commercial properties in the Ole Miss real estate program. You’ll be the link between properties and investors.

What Wil You Learn?

  • You’ll receive instruction in principles, finance, appraisal, law, land use controls, and investment analysis. You’ll learn about brokerage, lending, corporate positions, and government agencies. On graduation, you will be prepared for examinations for state real estate broker and salesperson licenses.
  • University of Mississippi Real Estate majors learn to use ARGUS, a software solution used by many commercial real estate companies.

What Will You Become?

With the help of our strong network of industry leaders, you can pursue a career in:

  • Property development
  • Leasing and investment sales
  • Asset management
  • Mortgage lending
  • Retail site selection
  • Construction
  • Curricula of the School of Business Administration are designed both for those who plan to operate their own businesses and for those who plan to occupy responsible positions in business organizations. The real estate curriculum includes instruction in principles, finance, appraisal, law, land use controls, and investment analysis. The major is intended to assist students interested in real estate careers, including brokerage, lending, corporate positions, and government agencies. Students are prepared for examinations for state real estate broker and salesperson licenses.

Enrollment Cycles

  • December 2021
  • April 2022
  • July 2022

KENYA

  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)
  • Undergraduate AAP 2 Terms C or 7 average
  • Undergraduate EAP 3 Terms C or 7 average
  • Undergraduate ID 2 Terms B- or 8 average

English Requirements Certificate

IELTS

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 4.5
  • EAP (3 Terms) 5.0 (no part below 4.5)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 4.5
  • ID (2 Terms) 6.0
  • AAP (2 Terms) 5.5 (no part below 5.0)

TOEFL

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 50
  • EAP (3 Terms) 60 - 67 (no part below 12)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 50
  • ID (2 Terms) 79
  • AAP (2 Terms) 68 - 78 (no part below 14)

Duolingo

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 70 (case by case)
  • EAP (3 Terms) 100
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 70 (case by case)
  • ID (2 Terms) 110 (case by case)
  • AAP (2 Terms) 100

UGANDA

  • Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education or General Certificate of Education Level (O Level) Examination Certificate with 5 academic subjects passed AND Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education with a minimum of 2 Principal Passing grades of D or higher and at least 1 subsidiary pass in a college preparatory subject
  • Undergraduate AAP 2 Terms D7
  • Undergraduate EAP 3 Terms D7
  • Undergraduate ID 2 Terms C5

English Requirements Certificate

IELTS

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 4.5
  • EAP (3 Terms) 5.0 (no part below 4.5)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 4.5
  • ID (2 Terms) 6.0
  • AAP (2 Terms) 5.5 (no part below 5.0)

TOEFL

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 50
  • EAP (3 Terms) 60 - 67 (no part below 12)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 50
  • ID (2 Terms) 79
  • AAP (2 Terms) 68 - 78 (no part below 14)

Duolingo

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 70 (case by case)
  • EAP (3 Terms) 100
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 70 (case by case)
  • ID (2 Terms) 110 (case by case)
  • AAP (2 Terms) 100

TANZANIA

  • Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE)
  • Undergraduate AAP 2 Terms E/5 average
  • Undergraduate EAP 3 Terms E/5 average
  • Undergraduate ID 2 Terms D/4 average

English Requirements Certificate

IELTS

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 4.5
  • EAP (3 Terms) 5.0 (no part below 4.5)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 4.5
  • ID (2 Terms) 6.0
  • AAP (2 Terms) 5.5 (no part below 5.0)

TOEFL

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 50
  • EAP (3 Terms) 60 - 67 (no part below 12)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 50
  • ID (2 Terms) 79
  • AAP (2 Terms) 68 - 78 (no part below 14)

Duolingo

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 70 (case by case)
  • EAP (3 Terms) 100
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 70 (case by case)
  • ID (2 Terms) 110 (case by case)
  • AAP (2 Terms) 100

BTEC

  • (BTEC) Extended Diploma (Level 3)
  • Undergraduate AAP 2 Terms 80 UCAS Points or MMP Grade
  • Undergraduate EAP 3 Terms 80 UCAS Points or MMP Grade
  • Undergraduate ID 2 Terms 96 UCAS Points or MMM Grade

English Requirements Certificate

IELTS

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 4.5
  • EAP (3 Terms) 5.0 (no part below 4.5)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 4.5
  • ID (2 Terms) 6.0
  • AAP (2 Terms) 5.5 (no part below 5.0)

TOEFL

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 50
  • EAP (3 Terms) 60 - 67 (no part below 12)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 50
  • ID (2 Terms) 79
  • AAP (2 Terms) 68 - 78 (no part below 14)

Duolingo

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 70 (case by case)
  • EAP (3 Terms) 100
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 70 (case by case)
  • ID (2 Terms) 110 (case by case)
  • AAP (2 Terms) 100

GCSE/IGCSE/GCE O-LEVEL

  • 5 college preparatory subjects passed
  • Undergraduate AAP 2 Terms D or 3 higher
  • Undergraduate EAP 3 Terms D or 3 higher
  • Undergraduate ID 2 Terms C or 4 higher

English Requirements Certificate

IELTS

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 4.5
  • EAP (3 Terms) 5.0 (no part below 4.5)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 4.5
  • ID (2 Terms) 6.0
  • AAP (2 Terms) 5.5 (no part below 5.0)

TOEFL

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 50
  • EAP (3 Terms) 60 - 67 (no part below 12)
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 50
  • ID (2 Terms) 79
  • AAP (2 Terms) 68 - 78 (no part below 14)

Duolingo

  • Academic English - PSE (1 Term) 70 (case by case)
  • EAP (3 Terms) 100
  • Academic English (2 Terms) Below 70 (case by case)
  • ID (2 Terms) 110 (case by case)
  • AAP (2 Terms) 100

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 120hrs

General Education Requirements

  • The general education requirements for the B.B.A. include first-year composition (6); humanities (3); fine arts (3); humanities or fine arts (3); mathematics (6); lab science (6-8); social science (6).

Course Requirements

  • Requirements for the major in risk management and insurance include the B.B.A. core: Accy 201, 202 (3, 3); Bus 230; Bus 271; Bus 250; Bus 302; Mktg 351; Fin 331; Mgmt 371; Mktg 372; Mgmt 493; MIS 309; 300-level business elective (6); and 300-level business/nonbusiness elective (3).
  • The risk management and insurance major consists of 24 semester hours. Required courses are Fin 333, 341, 441, 442, and 542. In addition, students must select 9 semester hours from Fin 334, 338, 351, 361, 431, 445 (3 or 6 hours), 499, 534 or 581.
  • After the introductory risk and insurance course, students take courses addressing the management of potential losses of property, legal suits, life, and health. The loss of property and legal suits by businesses is emphasized throughout, and the corporate risk management course ties together all elements of managing exposures. Emphasis is placed on the summer internship courses specifically designed for risk management and insurance majors.

Other Academic Requirements

  • See School of Business Administration Academic Requirements for rules on when business students may enroll in specialty major coursework. No student may enroll for more than 18 semester hours unless approved by the Dean’s Office.
  • Typical cost for two semesters $38,958 
  • Tuition $25,776 
  • Housing $6,514 
  • Dining $4,628 
  • Other $2,040

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