In the master’s program, you’ll gain academic and practical knowledge to support your career advancement in a broad range of industry disciplines. Deepen your knowledge in specializations like:
Interested in a broader business education? Explore the MBA real estate concentration. Interested in business analytics for the real estate industry? Explore the MS in Business Analytics real estate concentration.
You’ll have access to mentoring and internship, professional development courses, and industry association memberships. You can network with and hear from the top leaders in real estate while you implement your knowledge in hands-on projects and case challenges.
Both CCIM and the Appraisal Institute recognize Roosevelt as a university partner. Your graduate degree can count towards CCIM and MAI designation qualifications. Your degree can also count towards state licensure qualifications for being an appraiser.
The master’s programs are designed for busy professionals, offering flexibility and convenience with most courses held one evening per week per course. You can pursue your degree on a full-time or part-time basis.
If pursuing a full master’s level degree is not what you are looking for, consider the Graduate Certificate Programs in Real Estate Development or in Real Estate Investment and Finance. The courses can apply towards a graduate degree at a future date.