A Bachelor’s in Real Estate and the Built Environment
The Real Estate and the Built Environment (REBE) program provides a multi-disciplinary perspective on the business of the built environment. The program will prepare you for a career in real estate covering development, property management, appraisal and assessment, leasing and brokerage, project management, corporate real estate, acquisitions, finance and investment fund/asset management. Concentrations in the major include Real Estate, Property Development and Construction Management.
Join students who come to Daniels from across the U.S. and around the world for a rigorous business education.
Take the next step toward realizing your goal of earning a degree from a top-ranked business college by reviewing Daniels admission information:
Minors open to all DU students
A minor in real estate focuses on the principles of real estate in the areas of real estate finance, capital markets, appraisal, taxation, and investment.
Construction Management minors learn how to determine the economic feasibility of a project, plan the construction, schedule the project, control the associated costs, and manage all financial aspects of the project.
In addition to financial aid available through University of Denver and Daniels College of Business, the Burns School awards financial aid from a variety of Endowed and Annual Scholarship funds.
Scholarships are based on need and/or merit. You must have a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative GPA on your last official transcript to qualify for merit and have a current FASFA on file with the DU Financial Aid Office .
In addition to applying for internal financial aid from the School, there are several external industry-sponsored scholarships that become available to Burns students throughout the year. External scholarship information will be posted in the Burns School Daily as it becomes available.
How to apply
Current undergraduate students must apply for Burns School scholarships through the Pioneer Web.
Undergraduate students new to our program must meet with a Burns School Advisor to be considered for a Burns School scholarship.