Climate change and global warming are issues that continue to take centre stage in many global discussions presently. Thus, various programs and schemes are geared towards the mitigation of these pressing problems. In 2005, the United Nations declared the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD) to integrate sustainable development values with various aspects of learning. The ultimate goal was to induce sustainability behavioural changes through education. One of the objectives of the DESD was to embed sustainable development issues in various curricula. It is however unclear if the real estate curriculum in Nigeria has since reflected any such changes. This study uses a content analysis to assess the current curricula of the estate management departments of selected federal universities in Nigeria, in a bid to ascertain the level of inclusion of environmental sustainability issues in the teaching – learning process. The findings of the study are important for curriculum modification and sustainable development goals implementation in Nigeria.