Chicago 430 S. Michigan Ave.Chicago, IL 60605(312) 341-3500
Schaumburg 1400 N. Roosevelt Blvd.Schaumburg, IL 60173(847) 619-7300
The Chicago School of Real Estate is within the Walter E. Heller College of Business. The Chicago School of Real Estate's mission is to raise the quality bar within the real estate profession. Our aim is to create career opportunities and enhance the resource base for the industry through a diversified program that attracts the best and the brightest of individuals to the school.
The School offers two graduate degree programs. The first is a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Real Estate. The second degree is a Master of Science in Real Estate. These two degree programs offer specialized classes and an inter-disciplinary approach combining urban economics with "hands-on" real estate. In addition, the school now offers a NEW Graduate Credential in Commercial Real Estate Development for those who have a bachelor's degree - this five course sequence is transferable to either of the graduate degrees.
The Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate was created to support the faculty, students and real estate industry through research, guest lectures, job placement, executive education, fundraising and events.
“When I began talking with American soldiers, I realized they were people like me trying to make a better life for themselves,” said Samawi (Sam) Al Helli, a native of Iraqi whose family lost everything at the hands of Al Qaeda. Al Helli is currently an MBA student in International Business.
Economics professor Stephen T. Ziliak and one of his students, Edward Teather-Posadas, a 2013 graduate who teaches economics in Roosevelt's MBA program, have done a study and article challenging use of randomized testing, which is to be published in The Oxford University Press Handbook on Professional Economic Ethics.
The spring Gerald Fogelson Forum on April 23 will be led by Stephen Ross, executive vice president of AMLI Residential Properties. .
Adam Braun to speak about “Blending Nonprofit Idealism with For-Profit Business Principles. Heller College's Paul Wellen, professor marketing and char of ithe department of Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management and Entrepreneurship, to be honored at luncheon.