Corporate Real Estate: A Course Outline and Rationale
The topic of corporate or business real estate as a college course has been widely discussed but the specific nature and content of such a course needs to be specified. This article is an attempt to construct a course outline for such a course, and it briefly discusses the major topics that could be presented in a corporate real estate course. The outline and the course are designed to provide flexibility in topic coverage, student background and instructor preferences toward the many topics. The authors also offer their suggestion concerning the positioning of this course in a real estate curriculum.
Volume (Year): 4 (1989)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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