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The curriculum includes courses in valuation, investment, development, law, finance, economics, and others to prepare students for the site selection, lease or purchase acquisition, management, and disposition of real property. (Refer to the Pre-Business major for information on applying.) Students may obtain additional practical experience through an internship.
All first- and second-year students and all transfer students who want to major in Accounting, Economics (B.B.A.), Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Real Estate, Risk Management & Insurance, and the International Business co-major are admitted to UGA as Pre-Business majors.
The undergraduate International Business major at UGA is designed as a co-major. Students pair it with one of eight other Terry College of Business majors: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Real Estate, or Risk Management & Insurance. For specifics on each individual co-major, please visit:
Career opportunities include international real estate sales, leasing, appraising, management, lease negotiation, financial analysis, or as right-of-way agents for international real estate project development.
A growing number of real estate firms transact a significant portion of their business through international channels. Even those conducting business strictly in the U.S. have to compete with foreign markets. As a result, real estate firms that take advantage of selection, acquisition (lease or purchase), and disposition of international property have a competitive edge.
''I have always enjoyed the areas of real estate and urban economics because it is easy to see how they are reflected in our everyday world. For example, when people sell their house, does the type of agent they choose to list their property with potentially impact its price and selling time? Or, does the price of a property in a new development reflect the risks associated with such a development? The way people finance their homes and the way these loans are bundled is very important. Real estate as a field is interdisciplinary with a wide range of topics that can be introduced in the classroom and in my research.''
Career opportunities are available in real estate sales, leasing, appraising, management, lease negotiation, financial analysis, or as right-of-way agents for real estate project development.
Eligible students obtain a broad background of practical business knowledge to support careers as managers or entrepreneurs. The curriculum spans the core business fields, including accounting, finance, information systems, marketing and management. Students also complete courses in economics, real estate, risk management, and business law.
The Fisheries and Wildlife major at the University of Georgia is one of the premier programs in the country equipping students to become fishery and/or wildlife biologists. The curriculum is broad-based and field-oriented, incorporating courses in biology, ecology, botany, and forestry to provide an understanding and experience of the interrelationships among the physical and biological elements of the natural environment; an appreciation of the social, political, and economic forces that influence fish and wildlife management; and the ability to analyze natural resource and habitat problems to forge realistic solutions.
The department works closely with potential employers. Interns have been placed at Frisch Capital Partners, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Target, Accenture, Wells Fargo, Nissan, Boing, and others. More than 80% of graduates secure employment within three months of graduation in such areas as major corporations, small business firms, brokerage firms, commercial and investment banks, insurance companies, accounting and consulting firms, and government agencies.
"My primary area of research lies in communication and more specifically the influence of virtual environments on people’s cognitive, affective and behavioral responses. I’m fascinated by how virtual experiences are able to meaningfully change the way that we interact in the physical world. The context of my studies largely falls into three categories: health, environmental and consumer behavior. I have also been working closely with the community by conducting field studies in a number of 4-H camps in Georgia to explore how virtual experiences can promote healthy choices in children. Despite the incredible speed of technological advancement and the explosion of popular interest in virtual environments such as virtual reality (e.g., Oculus Rift), augmented reality (e.g., Microsoft HoloLens), and video games, there is so much uncovered ground in these areas and so many unanswered questions. In short, I get to play with the most cutting-edge virtual devices and call it research — how could that be uninteresting?"