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Undergraduate Course Catalog 2015-2016

College of Life Sciences and Agriculture


Green Real Estate

The green real estate minor will include the basic fundamentals of real estate (a class which is accredited by the New Hampshire Real Estate Commission). Students will learn about local and regional planning, environmental economics and market forces, and environmental issues as they pertain to real estate. In addition, students may choose complementary classes, such as architecture, surveying, land design, soils, wetland delineation, law, etc. Students must complete 18-20 credits totaling five courses, get a C- or better in each course, and maintain a 2.0 average or better.

Required Courses
CEP 672, Fundamentals of Real Estate
CEP 673, Green Real Estate
CEP 508, Applied Community Development

Select two from ONE of the following groups:

Green Design and Building (ideal for future architects and builders)
AM 275, Building Science/Residential Construction
ARTS 455, Introduction to Architecture
CHE 410, Energy and Environment
CIE 444, Housing, Everyone Needs a Place to Live
CT 240, Legal Aspects of Surveying
CT 247, Construction Contracting
CT 281, Architecture I History and Design
CT 423, Introduction to Surveying and Mapping
CT 437, Land Design and Regulations

Land Conservation (ideal for future conservation commission members, planners, and environmental advocates in general)
EREC 606, Land Economics Perspectives: Uses, Policies, and Taxes
NR 716, Wetland Delineation (summer offering only)
NR 735, Land Conservation Principles and Practices
NR 785, Systems Thinking for Sustainable Living

Finance and Law (ideal for future green mortgage lenders and social choice investment portfolio managers. NOTE: Business majors only)
ACFI 701, Financial Policy
ACFI 702, Investments Analysis
MGT 798, Topics

For more information, contact Kelly Cullen in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, (603) 862-4811 or