MLPD Elective Courses

The Land Development program allows students to customize their education to fit their career goals. This is accomplished via electives both within the Land Development program and in a variety of other departments at Texas A&M University. The successful arrangement of these electives may even yield one or more graduate certificates. Common elective courses include:

LDEV 672 – Public Private Project Funding (3 hours)

AGEC 603 – Land Economics (3 hours)

ARCH 675 – Health Design and Research (3 hours)

ARCH 681 – Architecture for Health Lecture Series (1 hour)

COSC 601 – Construction Practices (3 hours)

COSC 670 – Facilities Management (3 hours)

COSC 663 –Sustainable Construction (3 hours)

FINC 629 – Financial Management (3 hours)

FINC 642 – Analysis of Money and Capital Markets (3 hours)

FINC 673 – Real Property Valuation I (3 hours)

LAND 601 – Landscape Architecture Design Theory & Applications (5 hours)

LAND 614 – Landscape Architecture Construction (3 hours)

LAND 620 – Open Space Land Use Planning (5 hours)

MGMT 637 – Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 hours)

MGMT 639 – Negotiations in Competitive Environments (3 hours)

MGMT 655 – Survey of Management (3 hours)

MGMT 658 – Managing Projects (3 hours)

MKTG 621 – Survey of Marketing (3 hours)

MKTG 673 – Services Marketing (3 hours)

PLAN 610 – Structure and Function of Human Settlements (3 hours)

PLAN 625 – GIS in Urban Planning (3 hours)

PLAN 629 – Neighborhood Revitalization (3 hours)

PLAN 656 – Housing and Community (3 hours)