The Real Estate Development program offers a 12 - 21 credit graduate certificate of professional studies in real estate development. This is a degree program with the same admission criteria as the Master's program and comprises the first set of courses that students take in the Master's of Real Estate Development. Students without finance and real estate education or experience typically take 2-3 introductory courses in finance and development, accounting and market analysis/valuation. The Certificate has two required courses: Development Law and Development Finance, plus two additional courses selected from cognate areas in Design, Construction, Asset Management and Planning/Entitlements.
Students may apply to the Master's in Real Estate Development, upon completion of the certificate and all courses in the Certificate can apply toward the credits required for the Master's degree.
To apply for the Certificate in Real Estate Development (application code Z029) go to the admissions website. The requirements for admission are comparable to the MRED degree and you can read more about those on the admissions page.
Note: The Certificate Program is NOT open to International students.
Tuition and Fees
Please see PDF below for the Graduate Certificate of Real Estate Development tuition and fees for Academic year 2015-2016