Master’s in Real Estate (MSRE)
Ranked in the Top 30 Worldwide in Research
The Kogod School of Business is ranked among the top 30 in real estate research. The most recent publication? The prestigious Journal of Real Estate Research. The MSRE program balances the financial and business sides of real estate. And to help you stand out in the competitive job market, you can specialize in commercial development and investment banking, mortgage financing, or international development.
The Master’s in Real Estate program also includes:
- Access to Kogod’s financial courses, including financial modeling courses.
- Events and site visits with leading professional real estate associations.
- Networking opportunities with prominent alumni in the real estate development industry.
- Career assistance through the Kogod Center for Career Development.
Advanced Master’s Accelerator Program
Master’s Accelerator Program
|Available Entry||Spring or Fall|
Qualifying undergraduate degrees:
4-year undergraduate degree or equivalent from an accredited institution.
Below is a list of degree-related courses you might take during your Master’s Accelerator Program. Courses may change based on availability and your preferences.
- Financial Management
- Any real estate courses
(except Real Estate Financial Modeling)
|Advanced Master’s Accelerator Program||Master’s Accelerator Program|
|Credits Earned Towards Degree||6||9|
|Progression Into||Master’s degree program||Master’s degree program|
|Progression Requirements||GPA of 3.25 in Kogod School of Business courses with no grade lower than a B||GPA of 3.25 in Kogod School of Business courses with no grade lower than a B|
Total credits required for degree: 30 credit hours
|Advanced Master’s Accelerator Program||Master’s Accelerator Program||Cost Per Credit After Accelerator1||Total Credits Required For Degree|
|Master of Science in Analytics||$20,653||$29,315||$1,579||30|
1Cost per credit hour subject to change. Number of credits and semesters remaining after completion of Master’s Accelerator varies by program and student. The average graduate student takes between 12-16 credits per semester.