Jefferson's Real Estate Development program is excited to offer our FREE course again, Introduction to the Quadruple Bottom Line of Real Estate Development. This course was developed and offered this past summer and is now available again FREE, ONLINE, and AT YOUR OWN PACE!
At Jefferson, we believe real estate has a quadruple bottom line combining financial feasibility with environmental sustainability, social consciousness, and design excellence. Join the College of Architecture and the Built Environment and the MS in Real Estate Development (MSRED) for a FREE course to take the next step in your real estate development career.
Introduction to the Quadruple Bottom Line of Real Estate Development is ideal for anyone who wants to learn to address not only the financial bottom line but the economic, social, and ecological issues by developing commercial, mixed-use, and/or residential projects.
This introductory course offers a deep dive into our quadruple bottom line ethos of people, planet, profit, and placemaking. You start the course by learning the eight stages of the sustainable real estate development process. Each week participants dive into the components of people, planet, profit, and placemaking.
“This was an excellent introductory course in real estate. The real life case studies helped me get a better grasp of the ideas presented in the lessons. The material was presented clearly and the presenters were knowledgeable.” – Past Participant
The FREE Course will be open from April 1st to may 15th for anyone to register and complete the 6-session curriculum. Participants that complete the entire 6-session course will receive a Course Certificate. This free course can be completed at your own pace and includes 6 recorded sessions for a total of 12 hours. Instructors are available for questions as needed.
“I really appreciated this course allowing you to work at your own pace. I think it was effective especially in order to obtain all the information presented to us through the readings, lectures and guest speakers.” – Past Participant
For More Information and to register for the FREE course visit: www.jefferson.edu/CABEfreecourse
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