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Career Opportunities

The Real Estate Minor will help students understand how their major can be integrated into a variety of career paths available within the real estate profession. It will prepare students for careers in real estate brokerage, finance, asset management, development, and public policy.

The minor is not only suitable for students intending to pursue a dedicated career in real estate, but will also be valuable in cases where real estate complements their major field. For example:

  • Architecture
  • Business
  • Communications
  • Construction Management
  • Geography
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Law, Societies and Justice
  • Sociology

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Real Estate Club

The Real Estate Club at the University of Washington provides opportunities for networking, career development, and property tours for students who have an interest in real estate. The membership is comprised of students across campus including, but not limited to: the College of Built Environments, Foster School of Business, Evans School of Public Affairs, and the School of Law. The club is open to all members of the UW community. For further information visit the website at .

Meet Our Student Ambassadors

The Real Estate major and minor has an ambassador who will have tutoring drop-in hours to help support other students in the major with their classes. See below for additional information on bio, hours, and course assistance list.

Hanson Dai

Hanson Dai

Email Contact:

Hanson is currently a senior majoring in Real Estate, minoring in Business Administration, and a graduate of the Foster Professional Sales Program. You may have encountered him in one of the several classes he has served as a Teaching Assistant in. Hanson finds joy from learning and growing with his peers whether that be in the classroom or through reading and providing feedback on student work. This quarter he is a Teaching Assistant in R E 413B and MGMT 305. Hanson has previously interned in wealth management, consulting, and banking. He will be returning to Bank of America as a Global Corporate Investment Banking Analyst following his graduation in Spring 2024. Outside of his academic endeavors, Hanson enjoys travelling, going to the gym, golf, pickleball, cooking, and trying new restaurants. Hanson has also studied abroad in Ireland and Japan and encourages everyone to participate in at least one study abroad program before graduation!

2-hour time block: 
Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:00 – 1:00PM (Zoom Link)

Please email Hanson at to schedule meeting times outside of office hours.


  • R E 250: Introduction to Real Estate
  • R E 361: Property Transactions
  • R E 363: Real Estate Development
  • R E 397: Real Estate Data Modeling
  • R E 408: Real Estate Financial Modeling I
  • R E 411: Real Estate Valuation and Appraisal
  • R E 413: Real Estate Finance and Investment
  • RE 416: Real Estate Market Analysis
  • R E 480: Professional Development Seminar

In Addition:

  • Guidance on how to apply for internships (resumes, cover letters, interviews, tips and tricks)
  • General inquiries regarding the Real Estate major and minor programs