UNO class offers Certificate in Community Development Finance for working adults

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The program will focus on real estate finance, financial analysis and real estate development to support stronger, more resilient and equitable communities. Due to a short launch period and strong demand, the program will start on Jan. 11, 2017. This will allow more time for applicants to plan and prepare for the upcoming coursework. Registration is open through Jan. 6, 2017

The University of New Orleans’ (UNO) Department of Planning and Urban Studies will present a series of non-credit classes that seeks to make university-level courses available to working adults in the New Orleans metropolitan area.

The Community Development Finance Certificate Program, in partnership with the Greater New Orleans Foundation, offers a six courses over 30 weeks (meeting three times each month) on the UNO campus to provide a flexible and affordable learning environment for working professionals. The program will focus on real estate finance, financial analysis and real estate development to support stronger, more resilient and equitable communities.

Due to a short launch period and strong demand, the program will start on Jan. 11, 2017. This will allow more time for applicants to plan and prepare for the upcoming coursework. Registration is open through Jan. 6, 2017

The courses will be taught by Alexandra Stroud, a real estate developer and consultant with expertise in complex community development financing and development planning.

With class size limited to twenty, students enjoy personalized attention with weekly instructor office hours, either in person or through accessible video chat.

Visit the class description page here, or download the flyer here.

(Reminder: the registration and class time frame has changed, so please disregard that information on the right-hand side of the web page.) For enrollment help contact Donna Burroughs at (504) 280-7204 or by email at noncredit@uno.edu.