BBA in Real Estate

The Real Estate BBA has a 40-year track record of preparing graduates for opportunities in all areas of Real Estate including commercial and residential brokerage, leasing, residential property management, appraisal, investments, and mortgage/finance. The program is supported by a strong UNT Real Estate Alumni Group which contributes time, mentoring, internships and scholarships. An active Student Real Estate Club, one of the largest clubs on the UNT campus, organizes guest speakers, field trips and fun activities.

You Learn

As a part of BBA in Real Estate, students learn:
  • How to read, understand and negotiate contracts
  • How to prepare a Competitive Market Analysis CMA (all property types)li>
  • Investment Analysis and 11 rates of return for income properties
  • Property management and management plans
  • Property Valuation and Real Estate Law
Brooklin Housden, BBA Real Estate '19
Leasing Manager, Bell Partners Inc

The Apartment Association of Greater Dallas (AAGD) named Brooklin Housden, BA ’19, Leasing Agent of the Year during its annual Saphire Awards ceremony. AAGD is the second-largest local apartment association in the country, representing more than 1,000 companies.

“The Ryan College of Business really helped me become who I am in my profession. The courses were very applicable to all areas, and I use everything, for the most part, in my day to day work. Whether it be learning effective communication, learning Office programs, basics of accounting, finance, law and real estate I use all of it. The Real Estate Program in particular is where I gained most of my education. The program really focuses on very hands-on material rather than learning from a textbook. The abundance of opportunities the program provided (career fairs, sponsored events and networking opportunities) helped me gain confidence and network with industry professionals that I can reach out and do business with still today.”

You Contribute

BBA in Real Estate graduates get jobs such as:
  • Real Estate Sales and Leasing agents (commercial and residential)
  • Appraisers and Tax Appraisal District Professionals
  • Mortgage Loan Officers
  • Real estate Analyst for Banks and Developers
  • Property Management Multi-Family
  • Right-of-Way Agents and Property Inspectors

You Lead

Graduates continue on to leadership roles such as:
  • Commercial realtors
  • Owner/operators; Investor/developers
  • Corporate Real Estate executives for large firms
  • Executives of major Property Management firms

Contact an Advisor

Yingchun Liu
Associate Professor