Runstad Department of Real Estate

Real Estate Minor

Real estate is core to both our society and economic well-being. Real estate professionals serve a central role in the development of the built environment from deciding what will be developed and how it will be funded to leasing and managing real property. The Real Estate Minor is open to all undergraduate students across the University of Washington. It is designed to provide students with an opportunity to obtain comprehensive exposure to the field of real estate.

The Real Estate Minor requires the completion of 25 credits of approved courses, including a minimum of 16 credits in undergraduate real estate courses. The other 9 credits can come from undergraduate and graduate real estate courses (with the permission of the instructors) or from approved related courses from other departments as listed in the curriculum section.

The Real Estate Minor has been created with the generous support of Windermere Real Estate and the Jacobi family.

Get Involved

Declare the Minor 

Contact your major department adviser in order to declare the minor. Your major department adviser can submit the One Departmental Signature Change of Major/Minor form electronically through DocuSign. It can be done at any time once you have declared a major with one exception. You cannot declare a minor after the deadline for applying to graduate.

Listserv

Sign up here if you want to be added to the listserv to receive information about the minor and career opportunities in real estate. Use your UW email address and confirm your request by accepting the link on the confirmation email.

Advising

Rebecca Walter and Arthur Acolin serve as the Co-Directors and Advisers for the minor. Please contact them through reminor@uw.edu if you have any questions related to the Real Estate Minor. You can also schedule a meeting with Arthur or Rebecca by clicking on their names.