More than 82% of full-time UW-Stout undergraduates receive some form of financial aid, with the average package totaling over $10,500.
Whether through scholarships, loans, grants, or other types of aid, there are many ways UW-Stout helps support a college education. Scholarships are a great way to pay for a college degree, since scholarships are classified as gift aid, and they do not have to be repaid.
A B.S. Real Estate Property Management degree from UW-Stout prepares graduates for successful careers ranging from residential and commercial property management, to real estate investing and sales.
Rental property management is among those industries listed as “recession proof.” Demand for good professionals is high, and staffing is not keeping up with current industry growth. It’s a lucrative career path for people who enjoy flexibility and variety.
Be a broker, developer or investor. Own and manage properties. Buy, sell, trade, remodel or flip properties.
Graduates earn not only a B.S. degree in Real Estate Property Management, but also satisfy all the educational requirements necessary for a Wisconsin real estate sales license, as well as the Institute of Real Estate Management’s (IREM) ARM, ACoM and CPM certifications.
Real Estate Management
There are many types of real estate that require Property Management expertise for day-to-day operations.
- Multifamily Real Estate
- Mixed-Use Real Estate
- Office Real Estate
- Retail Real Estate
- Leisure and Entertainment Real Estate
- Senior Housing and Communities
Property Investing and Related Fields
There are a variety of property management concentrations in related real estate fields.
- Real Estate Brokerage, Sales and Leasing
- Real Estate Development
- Entrepreneurial /Small Business Real Estate Investor
- Corporate Real Estate
- Real Estate Asset and Portfolio Managers
On average, graduates of UW Stout’s Real Estate Property Management program start their careers at $60,000 annually.
Cooperative Education & Paid Internships
The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Student Club at UW-Stout creates ongoing relationships with real estate employers offering Cooperative Education internship opportunities. These paid, degree-credit internships provide real estate property management students with hands-on career experience to expand on their classroom education and start building their professional network.
- American Edge Real Estate Services, Inc.
- Caswell Appraisal
- Clarity Commercial
- CUNA Mutual Group
- Dakota County
- Gardner Company
- The Great River Property Management
- Guardian Property Management & Guardian Property Maintenance
- Lake Shore Landing
- Landmark Company
- NRP Group
- Prosper Real Estate
- Stillwater Financial Center
- Trapper’s Landing Lodge
- Trinity Property Consultants
- Velair Property Management
- Weidner Apartment Homes