The Master of Science in Real Estate consists of 30 credits of graduate study: 6 credits of required finance and statistics courses, 12 credits of required real estate foundation courses, 9 credits of required advanced real estate courses, and 3 credits of electives. Program information is subject to change.

Practice-Based Education

The overall goal of the practice-based real estate program is to provide students with an education such that upon graduation they have the skills, knowledge and practical experience to be career ready.

Foundation Courses

Course Credit Hours
Managerial Finance (FINA 6A35) 1.5
Intermediate Corporate Finance: Valuation (FINA 7A10) 1.5
Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions (BZAN 6310) 3

Real Estate Foundation Courses

Course Credit Hours
Real Estate Finance (FINA 7380) 3
Principles of Real Estate (FINA 7381) 3
Developing a Real Estate Project (FINA 7382) 3
Real Estate Market Analysis & Valuation (FINA 7383) 3

Advanced Real Estate Courses

Course Credit Hours
Innovation in Real Estate Parts I & II (FINA 7A97) 3
Real Estate Financial Modeling (FINA 7384) 3
Real Estate Capstone (FINA 7397) 3

Prescribed Elective Courses

Choose one course from the following:

Course Credit Hours
Multifamily Real Estate (FINA 7389) 3
Architectural History Survey I (ARCH 6340) 3
Architectural History Survey II (ARCH 6341) 3
Contemporary Theory and Critical Practice (ARCH 6357) 3
Modern Architecture & Urbanism (ARCH 6359) 3
Practice of Architecture (ARCH 6360) 3
Sustainability Workshop (ARCH 6368) 3
Urban Determinants (ARCH 6376) 3
Project Management Principles (TEPM 6301) 3