Boston Architectural College (The BAC) is an Equal Opportunity
The BAC is an equal opportunity
employer that values and encourages diversity in its work force. The BAC is
committed to a policy of equal opportunity in every aspect of its operations.
The College does not discriminate in its education programs or admission,
access, treatment, or employment in programs and activities. The College values
diversity, and actively seeks talented students, faculty and staff from a
variety of backgrounds.
Boston Architectural College (The BAC) is seeking dynamic academic leaders develop
and teach courses in our new Real Estate Development Program for the 2019-2020
academic year. This is an exciting opportunity for an established real estate
development professional to join our talented faculty, contribute to our
renowned programs of distinction in higher education and participate in the
launching of a new program, be a part of a team of our real estate development
faculty, and contribute our mission and the advancement of our strategic goals.
Faculty will be
responsible for developing a course syllabus, weekly lectures, development and
provision of assignments and instructing the course for one full semester.
“In real estate development, we
need people with a wide range of skills, people who have a wider understanding
than financial analysis and the financial “deal.” We need people who understand
the whole process, who can overlay their financial skills with an awareness of
the power of design, a knowledge of urban planning issues, possess an
entrepreneurial spirit, and have an ability to lead and work in teams. This
Real Estate Development program at the BAC is oriented to creating this
valuable new kind of real estate development professional.”
Ronald W. Wackrow, Executive
Vice President, Related Companies and esteemed member of The Boston
Architectural College’s Real Estate Development Program Advisory Committee
Boston Architectural College seeks talent to develop and teach Core and
Elective courses in the following areas as content experts.
to Real Estate Development
Use Planning, Zoning and the Regulatory and Permitting Environment
Estate Development Studio: Strategic Planning as a Tool for Successful
and Best Use
Design Competition Studio
Reuse and Development Process