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Graduate Real Estate Series: USC's Dollinger Master of Real Estate Development

The Dollinger Master of Real Estate Development program at The University of Southern California is an intense, one-year graduate real estate program that exposes students to many broad areas of commercial real estate. The USC Dollinger…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: Johns Hopkin's MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure program has been a leader in real estate education for over 27 years. Distinguished by it's location in the Carey Business School, the MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate's MSRE and MSRED Programs

The Schack Institute of Real Estate at New York University offers a flexible, 42-credit graduate real estate education in various real estate disciplines including finance and development. Located in the epicenter of global real estate, New…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: Cornell University's Baker Program in Real Estate

The Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate is an immersive, two-year Ivy league graduate real estate education with the rigor, structure, and academic profile of an MBA while focused entirely on Real Estate. Located at Cornell University's…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: MIT MSRED

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) program is an eleven (or 16) month graduate program in real estate offered through MIT's Center for Real Estate. Espousing MIT's motto: Mens et…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: Columbia University MS.RED

The Columbia University Master of Science of Real Estate Development (MS.RED) program is an intensive, three term (one year) graduate program in real estate offered through Columbia University's highly ranked Graduate School of Architecture,…
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Why I Chose a Masters in Real Estate over an MBA

Going back to graduate school is a huge commitment. You first have to get accepted, which means spending hours and hours studying for the GMAT or GRE, filling out lengthy admissions applications, writing dozens of mindless essays, preparing…