Undergraduate Minor

Why study real estate?

From investing in tangible assets and developing neighborhoods, to constructing buildings and fighting homelessness— real estate touches everyone. As an applied field of study, real estate leverages various disciplines, including accounting, architecture, engineering, economics, finance, and law. 

Students enrolled in the Minor in Real Estate learn the fundamental aspects of real estate, gain exposure to a wide range of career paths, and network with industry professionals. The 15-credit Minor is open to all Notre Dame undergraduate students. 

Real estate opens up career opportunities and allows students to create a lasting impact. Undergraduates who have an interest in real estate or who are seeking internships or entry-level positions in fields such as real estate investment, development, brokerage, construction, or related professional fields are encouraged to register for the Minor.