Discover and define your personal strengths

Gain a solid understanding of the disciplines, skills and ethics required in today's real estate profession through the Kornblau Real Estate Program at VCU. Our programs prepare you for careers in mortgage lending, development, investments, brokerage and sales, valuation and property management.

We can help you define your ideal career path through site visits to real estate developments and one-on-one access to industry mentors. And we continue to support our graduates as they seek licenses and professional designations. 

Our programs

Industry connections

Rho Epsilon Professional Real Estate Fraternity: Build lifelong friendships while learning from talented community leaders.

Alpha Sigma Gamma Honor Society: Gain recognition for your academic achievements in real estate studies. Contact Dawn McDermott at dmmcdermott@vcu.edu for more information.

Real Estate Circle of Excellence: Real estate executives support our students through scholarship, internship and mentoring programs.  

Real Estate Market Participants Survey: Semi-annual survey uses the principles of anticipation to predict real estate market trends.

Real Estate Trends Conference: This annual conference is one of the leading forums in the region for the exchange of ideas and information about real estate, plus unsurpassed networking opportunities.

The Kornblau Institute: The institute provides a platform for scholars to focus on research broadly related to commercial and residential real estate.

How VCU Business Helped Zack Helminiak Do More

How VCU Business Helped Zack Helminiak Do More

Thursday, November 1

The founder of Nomadix reflects on how VCU shaped his business and his philosophy of own less, do more.

Business Endowment Day Luncheon

Business Endowment Day Luncheon

Wednesday, October 31

Over 100 donors and student recipients attended the 2nd annual School of Business Endowment Day Luncheon

Bowtie Economist, MIT researcher headline VCU School of Business’ Real Estate Trends Conference

Bowtie Economist, MIT researcher headline VCU School of Business’ Real Estate Trends Conference

Wednesday, September 26

The conference, organized by the Kornblau Real Estate Program in the VCU School of Business, will be Thursday, Oct. 11.

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Quick Facts

The majority of KRE students receive merit-based scholarships.

Most students have paid internships in real estate.

Longest-standing real estate bachelor’s degree in Virginia.