The Real Estate and Natural Resources Professional Track is designed to provide students with a basic foundation in real property matters, including environmental concerns and land use planning, both public and private. Students have opportunities to learn skills such as negotiating, drafting, and reviewing commercial real estate transactions, preparing real estate finance and foreclosure documents, assisting with due diligence, interacting with other professionals (such as environmental consultants), and working with governmental agencies.
Real Estate & Natural Resources Courses (take at least 18 hours)
Administrative Law: Texas (2hrs) 9287
Advanced Oil & Gas (2hrs) 9251
Business & State Issues in Environmental Law (3hrs) 9377
Construction Law (2hrs) 9214
Environmental Law (3hrs) 9366
Municipal Government (2hrs) 9265
Natural Resource Protection Law (3hrs) 9309
Oil & Gas Law (2hrs) 9249
Real Estate & Natural Resources Independent Study or Field Placement (2hrs)
Real Estate Finance (3hrs) 9338
Real Estate: Land Use Regulation (2hrs) 9217
Real Estate: Texas Title Issues (3hrs) 9331
Water Law (3hrs) 9313
Contact Professors Fuselier or Shelton for additional Information.