Green Real Estate Minor

http://colsa.unh.edu/interdisciplinary-minors/green-real-estate-minor

The green real estate minor will include the basic fundamentals of real estate (a class which is accredited by the New Hampshire Real Estate Commission). Students will learn about local and regional planning, environmental economics and market forces, and environmental issues as they pertain to real estate. In addition, students may choose complementary classes, such as architecture, surveying, land design, soils, wetland delineation, law, etc. Students must complete five courses (18 to 20 credits), get a C- or better in each course, and maintain a 2.0 average or better.

Required Courses
CEP 672Fundamentals of Real Estate4
CEP 673Green Real Estate4
CEP 508Applied Community Development4
Electives
Select two from one of the following groups:8
Green Design and Building
Land Conservation
Finance and Law
Total Credits20

Green Design and Building

Ideal for future architects and builders

ARTS 455Architectural Design Studio4
CHE 410Energy and Environment4
CEE 444Housing - Everyone Needs a Place to Live4
CT 541Legal Aspects of Surveying4
CT 538Construction Contracting4
CT 581Architecture I History and Design4
CT 423Introduction to Surveying and Mapping3
CT 557Land Design and Regulations4

Land Conservation

Ideal for future conservation commission members, planners, and environmental advocates in general

EREC 606Land Economics Perspectives: Uses, Policies, and Taxes4
NR 507Introduction to our Energy System and Sustainable Energy4
NR 785Systems Thinking for Sustainable Solutions4

Finance and Law

Ideal for future green mortgage lenders and social choice investment portfolio managers. NOTE: Business majors only

ACFI 701Financial Policy4
ACFI 702Investments Analysis4
MGT 798Topics4