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A condo complex reprsents the Residential Property Management Concentration at Curry CollegeStart with the basics of small apartment complex management to the advanced of commercial real estate property management, and everything in between, while pursuing a Residential Property Management concentration at Curry College.

Course Requirements and Information

MGT 2310 Residential Property Management I*
MGT 2320 Residential Property Management II*
MGT 3310 Advanced Residential Property Management
MGT 3320 Contemporary Issues in Residential Property Management
MGT 3450 Management Internship & Seminar
MGT 3900 Special Project in Mangagement
MGT 3901 Capstone Field Work/Project in RPM

Students may select a Business Management concentration in consultation with the Business Management faculty listed below. Each concentration has two key courses marked with asterisks. It is recommended that a student select these two courses, and two additional courses within a particular concentration.

Note: that a concentration-related internship, or a special project, may be substituted for one of the four required traditional  classroom based courses listed within a concentration. Please refer to the Business Management degree requirements for additional information regarding requirements for Business Management Internships and Special Projects.

Business Management Concentrations, Minors, Internships, Special Projects with Advisors:

Accounting - E. Delano-Dykas

Applied Computing Minor (for Business Management) - M. Gallant

Entrepreneurship/Small Business - E. Silver

Finance - M. Bennett

Human Resources - A. Fabrizio/A. Graziano

Management Information Systems Minor - S. Cooray

Internships (for Business Management) - A. Fabrizio/M. Perrault

Business Management Minor - A. Fabrizio

Marketing - M. Perrault

Special Projects (for Business Management) - A. Fabrizio

Sports and Recreation Management - A. Fabrizio

Residential Property Management - A. Fabrizio

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