The new Helms Scholars Program at the College of Charleston School of Business is giving students pursuing a degree in commercial real estate finance a leg up in the industry before they even enter the workforce.
The Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute named the School of Business a university alliance partner for its undergraduate real estate program.
The Carter Real Estate Center at the College's School of Business is infusing experiential learning into its Real Estate Market Analysis course through a collaboration with local real estate firms.
Overseen by nationally recognized expert, the new commercial real estate finance major meets a real need in the Lowcountry and beyond.
A team of students from the School of Business will be participate in the Real Confidence University Challenge.
CofC is launching several academic programs, including degree programs in commercial real estate finance and community planning, policy and design.
Together with his brother, John Lindsey '12, Alan Lindsey '16 cofounded Lindsey Self Storage Group when he was just a freshman. His tireless entrepreneurial energy is one reason the company is projected to bring in $20+ million this year.
In fall 2014, you'll find new academic majors and minors, like urban studies and entrepreneurship, as well as two brand-new, high-tech facilities.
Brett Weyman, a finance major in the School of Business, returned to college after an extended detour took him to some of the most beautiful and dangerous places in the world. Read about his true-life adventures.
Students and faculty from the Carter Real Estate Center in the School of Business are headed to Las Vegas for one of the nation's largest retail real estate conventions.