The Master of Real Estate Development and Urbanism (MRED+U) program is an intensive one year, three semester program for students with degrees and experience in business, architecture and related fields blending the fundamentals of Real Estate Development (finance, law, market analysis, development proceess) with the School's strengths in livable community design.
|RED 601||Introduction to Real Estate Development and Urbanism||3|
|RED 610||Financing Urban Real Estate Development||3|
|BSL 694||Real Estate Law||2|
|RED 630||Real Estate Market Analysis||3|
|FIN 644||Real Estate Investment and Appraisal (or RED 650)||2|
|RED 660||Urban Infill, Preservation, and Mixed Use Development||3|
|RED 670||Construction and Project Management||3|
|RED 680||Entrepreneurship in Real Estate Development||3|
|RED 690||Case Studies in Real Estate Development||3|
|RED 699||Capstone: Real Estate Development and Urbanism Charrette||3|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
Elective credits can be fulfilled from one, two and three credit course offerings over the three semesters and during spring break.
Master of Real Estate Development and Urbanism students are required to participate in a minimum of one internship approved by Toppel Internship Program (TIP).