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					APPROX           0 8       HRS TO GRADUATION (127 HOURS REQUIRED, MINIMUM, BBA )
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                    *** PREREQUISITE FOR OTHER COURSES.
                  (RE) SATISFIES TREC COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR TE XA S REAL ESTATE SALESP ERSON ‟S LICENSE.
                 (MBA) MAY BE REQUIRED FOR MBA (FUTURE TRACK.)
                  (PM) REQUIRED FOR “PROPERTY MANAGEMENT” SPECIAL TY TO ATTACH TO REAL ES TA TE BBA .
      GREY   HIGHLIGHT REMAINING COURSE WORK (SUMMER 2008.)


Professional Field in Real Estate (18 Hours)

REAL 4000, Real Estate Finance. 3 hours. Examination of the process and methods of financing both residential and commercial
properties. Primary focus is on the lender‟s perspective in mortgage loan analysis. Prerequisite(s): REAL 2100 and FINA 3770, or
consent of department.

REAL 4300. Real Estate Investments . 3 hours. Analysis of real estate investments during the origination, operation and termination
phases. Primary emphasis is on financial feasibility and cash-flow analysis. Prerequisite(s): REAL 2100 and FINA 3770, or consent of
department.

REAL 4400. Real Estate Valuation. 3 hours. Theory and methods of residential and income property appraisal. Topics include real
estate market analysis, highest and best use analysis, and capitalization techniques. Income property valuation techniques are
emphasized. Prerequisite(s): REAL 2100 and FINA 3770, or consent of department.

(RE) REAL 2100 (REAL 1301). Principles of Real Estate. 3 hours. A surve y of real estate principles, including real estate market,
financial, investment and legal analysis. Home ownership and real estate i nvestment for personal benefit are emphasized.

(RE) BLAW 4770. Real Estate Law and Contracts . 3 hours. Study of the legal principles governing real estate transactions with an
emphasis on promulgated contracts. Topics include contract law, estates in lan d, types of ownership, deeds, mortgages, title insurance,
agency and homestead.

OVERLAP Professional Field in Real Estate and/or (Approved) Supporting Courses

(RE) REAL 3100. Real Estate Agency. 3 hours. Creation, termination and practice of real estate agency relationship in regards to
traditional leasing and marketing of property. Subagency, buyers agents and dual agency theory and practice are presented as required
by all persons seeking a Texas Real Estate License.

*** (PM) REAL 4200. Real Estate Asset/Apartment/Property Management. 3 hours. Examination of the process and methods of
managing real property assets. Topics include property leasing, marketing, maintenance, personal supervision, value analysis, taxation
and cash-flow analysis. Prerequisite(s): REAL 2100.

(Approved) Supporting Courses (12 Hours)

(PM) BLAW 4790. Property Management Law. 3 hours. Study of the local, state and federal laws, regulations and cases that impact the
professional management of real property. Particular emphasis is given to the legal and ethical issues relative to residential property
management. The landlord/tenant relationship is analyzed as well as issues concerning employees, tort liability, risk managem ent,
various types of government regulation, fair housing and eviction. Texas Apartment Association lease contracts and other forms are
reviewed. Prerequisite(s): BLAW 3430 or consent of instructor. Now: BLAW 4900. Special Problems.

(PM) REAL 4210. Ad vanced Property Management. 3 hours. Detailed focus on advanced aspects of managing real property assets.
Topics include market analysis and segmentation, advanced asset management and risk management. Prerequisite(s): REAL 4200 or
consent of department. Offering Cancelled.

(PM) RMIN 4310. Property Risk Management and Insurer Operations . 3 hours. Insurance company operations and management,
including statutory accounting principles, financial management, underwriting, claims and reinsurance. Discussion of commerci al
property coverages and risk management techniques, including basic property insurance, consequential loss coverage, fidelity and
surety bonding and crime coverages.

ACCT 4300. Federal Income Taxation. 3 hours. Introduction, problems of tax bases and rates; history of the federal income tax;
determination of federal income tax base and application of rates; economic and social implications of taxation. Prerequisites: ACCT
2010, 2020 with grades of C or better; ECON 1100, 1110; MATH 1100, 1190; BCIS 2610; senior standing. Students may not retake this
course more than once (this course may not be taken more than twice, whether at UNT or at other colleges and universities.

MGMT 3850. Entrepreneurship. 3 hours. 0 Hours. Initiation of new ventures and approaches to growth of existing firms through
opportunity recognition, innovation and change. Emphasizes developing effective entrepreneurial skills and behaviors. Includes
preparation of a comprehensive business plan. Open to non-business majors. Not a „C‟ or better.
Required Supporting Course: in Globalization

FINA 4500 International Finance. 3 hours. International and regional financial institutions and arrangements; balance of payments,
theory, adjustments and impact on world trade; role of commercial and central banks in financing international flow; financing exports
and imports; the instruments and markets of foreign exchange; determination of exchange rates. Prerequisite(s): FINA 3770 wit h a
grade of C or better.


Upper Level, Business/BBA Foundation Requirements (24 Hours)

***(MBA) BLAW 3430. Legal and Ethical Environment of Business . 3 hours. Historical, economic, political and ethical bases of
contracts and sales, including the Uniform Commercial Code, and the impact of regulatory agencies on business enterprise.
Prerequisite(s): PSCI 1040 and 1050, or equivalent.

***(MBA) MKTG 3650. Foundations of Marketing Practice. 3 hours. Survey of marketing concepts and practices and overview of the
range of activities performed by marketing managers. Topics include the identification of market opportunities, stra tegic marketing
planning, product/service development and management, price setting and management, establishing and managing distribution
channels, and structuring promotional programs. Prerequisite(s): junior standing.

***(MBA) FINA 3770. Finance. 3 hours. Overview of money and the banking system; interest and present value calculations; financial
information; analysis and financial decision making; security markets. Prerequisite(s): completion of pre -business requirements,
including ACCT 2010 and 2020 or equivalent with grades of C or better, or consent of department.

(MBA) BCIS 3610. Basic Information Systems . 3 hours. Theory, capabilities, applications, benefits, liabilities and economics of
business computer information systems. Using the computer to solve business problems. Management information systems and
computer-based decision support emphasized. Use of standard support application packages. Prerequisite(s): BCIS 2610; 2.7 UNT
GPA.

(MBA) DSCI 3710. Business Statistical Analysis Using Spreadsheets. 3 hours. Statistical inference for means and proportions, analysis
of variance, correlation, simple and multiple regression. Extensive use of cases and spreadsheets. Prerequisite(s): DSCI 2710 with a
grade of C or better; ACCT 2010 and 2020 with grades of C or better; ECON 1100; 2.7 UNT GPA (2.7 transfer GPA if no courses taken
at UNT).

MGMT 3720. Organizational Behavior. 3 hours. Individual behavior in formal organizations. Cases, lectures and experiential exercises
in organizational culture, motivation, leadership, dynamics of power, perception and attribution, communication, decision making and
performance, and individual differences.

Business Communications

MKTG 3010. Professional Selling. 3 hours. Professional selling principles and practices for business applications. Principles of
communication, listening, selling yourself and a business sales model. Students develop and present two sales presentations. Satisfies
the COBA business foundation communication requirement. Open to all majors. Satisfi es the Communication requirement of the
University Core Curriculum.

Bachelor of Business Capstone

BUSI 4940. Business Policy. 3 hours. Enterprise management integrating the functional areas of business administration into a realistic
approach to business problems; applying principles to complex problems at the executive le vel. Prerequisite(s): completion of all other
business foundation courses with a grade of C or better and senior standing. To be taken during the last term/semester of cou rse work.


Upper Level AND Lower Level Business Foundation Requirements OVERLAP with the University Core-Curriculum

Lower Level, Pre-Business/BBA Foundation Requirements (24 Hours)

DSCI 2710. Data Description and Analysis with Spreadsheets . 3 hours. Collection, description and analysis of numerical data. Data
presentation, tables, charts and graphs, descriptive statistics, analysis of time series and index numbers, sampling techniques and
distributions, estimation, confidence intervals, with applications in quality con trol and productivity. Prerequisite(s): MATH 1100 or
equivalent, BCIS 2610 with a grade of C or better.

ECON 1110. (ECON 2301) Principles of Macroeconomics . 3 Hours. Principles of economic organization and growth in modern,
industrial society; money and banking, monetary and fiscal policy; determinants of national income and business fluctuations. Satisfies
the Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement of the University Core Curriculum.

MATH 1190 (MATH 1325 or 1425). Business Calculus. 3 hours. Differential and integral calculus with emphasis on applications to
business. Prerequisite(s): MATH 1100 with a grade of C or better. Satisfies the Mathematics requirement of the University Cor e
Curriculum.
Transfer Credit <<< [ LU COURSE-WORK ]

Matching Courses
BCIS 2610 <<< [ MISY 2320 ]
ACCT 2010 <<< [ ACCT 2301 ]
ACCT 2020 <<< [ ACCT 2302 ]
ECON 1100 <<< [ ECON 2301 ]
COMM 1010 <<< [ COMM 3310 ]

Upper Level AND Lower Level Business Foundation Requirements OVERLAP with the University Core-Curriculum

Texas-Mandated, University Core-Curriculum (50 Hours)

HIST 2610. (HIST 1301) United States History to 1865. 3 hours. From colonial origins through the Civil War.

HIST 2620 (HIST 1302). United States History Since 1865. 3 hours. From the Civil War to the present.

PHYS 1060 (PHYS 1312). Stars and the Universe. 3 Hours. Properties of stars and stellar systems and a study of the origin, evolution
and future of the universe. Ma y be used to satisfy a portion of the Natural Sciences requirement of the University Core C urriculum.
      +
PHYS 1061. (PHYS 1112) Stellar Systems Observations Laboratory. 1 Hour. Outdoor laboratory emphasizes the use of the
astronomical telescope to observe the analysis of stellar spectra, globular clusters and their galactic distributions , and classification of
galaxies. This course is designed to accompany PHYS 1060. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 1060 (may be taken concurrently). Ma y be used to
satisfy a portion of the Natural Sciences requirement of the University Core Curriculum.

PHYS 1410 (PHYS 1301). General Physics I. 3 Hours. Principles and applications of mechanics, sound and heat. Prerequisite(s):
proficiency in algebra and trigonometry. It is recommended that the course be taken concurrently with PHYS 1430. May be used to
satisfy a portion of the Natural Sciences requirement of the University Core Curriculum.
      +
PHYS 1430 (PHYS 1101). General Physics Laboratory I. 1 Hour. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 1410 (may be taken concurrently). Ma y be
used to satisfy a portion of the Natural Sciences requirement of the University Core Curriculum.

GEOG 1200 (GEOG 1303). World Regional Geography. 3 hours. (Regional Science) Geographical characteristics, major problems and
role of major world regions; emphasis on Central and South America, Africa, Mid dle East and Asia. Satisfies the Cross -Cultural,
Diversity and Global Studies requirement of the University Core Curriculum.

SMHM 1450 (HECO 1322). Principles of Nutrition. 3 hours. An introduction to the scientific fundamentals of human nutrition as they
relate to health. Prevention of illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, gastrointestinal disorders and obesity is
discussed. A healthful diet and lifestyle are emphasized to enhance long -term wellness. Food and nutrition controversies are critically
evaluated. Satisfies Wellness requirement of the University Core Curriculum .


Transfer Credit <<< [ LU COURSE-WORK ]

Matching Courses
PSYC 1630 <<< [ PSYC-2301 ]
ENGL 1310 <<< [ ENGL 1301 ]
ENGL 1320 <<< [ ENGL 1302 ]
PSCI 1040 <<< [ POLS-2301 ]
ART 1300 <<< [ ARTS 1301 ]
Math 1100 <<< [ MATH 1314 ]

Similar Courses
ENGL 2327 <<< [ ENGL 2326 ]
COSC 1010 <<< [ MISY 1373 ]

BLAW, Lower Level <<< [ BULW 1370 ]


Transfer Credit <<< [ HCC COURSE-WORK ]

Matching Course
PSCI 1050 <<<

				
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