Quadruple Bottom Line of Real Estate Development

A free course offered by the College of Architecture & the Built Environment

At Thomas Jefferson University, 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 (CABE) 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.

The online course opens August 22, 2022, and will close on October 2, 2022. This course is open to everyone. 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 and discussion as needed. This free course does not qualify for college credit.

You will learn in a very similar way as our graduate level, for-credit courses are taught in our real estate development program. Short weekly readings, recorded lectures, and weekly quizzes are provided. Participants will also engage with each other through online discussion boards. Participants that complete the entire 6-session course will receive a Course Certificate.

For questions and to learn more please contact Madalyn Koch at madalyn.koch@jefferson.edu.