2022-2023 Course Catalog

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Bachelor of Science in Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management

Property Management Major

Program Curriculum

Degree Core Requirements
AHRM 1104Introduction to AHRM and Student Resources 11
Economic Well-Being
AHRM 2404Consumer Rights 23
ECON 2005
ECON 2006
Principles of Economics
and Principles of Economics
or AAEC 1005
AAEC 1006
Economics of the Food and Fiber System
and Economics of the Food and Fiber System
Product Analysis
Select one of the following:3
Clothing and People
Resource Management for Individuals and Families 3
Housing and the Consumer (required for PM major) 2
Business Fundamental
MKTG 3104Marketing Management 33
Action Learning
Select one of the following:3
Study Abroad
Field Work/Practicum 2,3
Independent Study
Undergraduate Research
New York Fashion Study Tour (FMD Majors)
Major Requirements
RED 2614Introduction Residential Technologies 12
PM 2664Introduction to Property Management 13
PM 2684Marketing and Leasing Residential Properties3
PM 3634Managing Affordable and Specialized Housing3
PM 3674Property Management Operations 13
PM 4644Advanced Property and Asset Management 33
PM 4684Leasing Commercial Properties 33
PM 4694Contemporary Issues in Property Management 33
MGT 3304Management Theory and Leadership Practice3
Controlled Electives
Select twelve credits from the following list:12
Consumer and Family Finances
Residential Property Management Study Tour
Real Estate Law 3
Real Estate Appraisal 3
Public Speaking
Business Writing
Human Development II: Adulthood and Aging 3
Issues in Aging
Financial Analytics
Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Marketing 3
Principles of Real Estate
Introduction to Service
Managing Human Resources 3
Ethical Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility 3
Universal Design
Housing Challenges and Policies in the United States
Free Electives
Select 18 credits of free electives18
Pathways to General Education
Pathways Concept 1 - Discourse
ENGL 1105
ENGL 1106
First-Year Writing
and First-Year Writing (1F)
or COMM 1015
COMM 1016
Communication Skills
and Communication Skills
Select three credits in Pathway 1a3
Pathways Concept 2 - Critical Thinking in the Humanities
Select six credits in Pathway 26
Pathways Concept 3 - Reasoning in the Social Sciences
Select one of the following:3
Introductory Sociology
Social Problems
Introductory Psychology
Human Development I: Childhood and Adolescence
Select three credits in Pathway 33
Pathways Concept 4 - Reasoning in the Natural Sciences
Select six credits in Pathway 46
Pathways Concept 5 - Quantitative and Computational Thinking
ACIS 1004Accounting Foundations (5F)3
Select three credits in Pathway 5f3
Select three credits in Pathway 5a3
Pathways Concept 6 - Critique and Practice in Design and the Arts
AHRM 1014Design and Art for Consumers 23
RED 2604Residential Design 23
Pathways Concept 7 - Critical Analysis of Identity and Equity in the United States
RED 4604Environmental and Sustainability Issues in Housing 23
Total Credits120

For satisfactory progress toward a degree, these courses must be completed by the time the student has attempted 75 hours.


Courses included in in-major GPA calculation; in-major and overall GPA of 2.0 required for graduation.


Prerequisites or co-requisites apply. Consult your advisor.

In accordance with University guidelines, courses satisfying Degree Core Requirements may not be double counted to satisfy other areas of a degree such as in Pathways, Major Requirements, etc.

A sequence of 2 foreign language courses is required for graduation unless 2 high school credits of the same foreign language or 6 transfer credit hours of foreign language have been earned. These credits do not count toward graduation. See Catalog section on “Graduation Requirements.”