Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE)
The 36-credit Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) degree provides a comprehensive understanding of the multidisciplinary real estate field. The program presents a broad study of the finance, investment, development, and asset management aspects of real estate while offering students the opportunity to develop skills in other areas of the industry that are important for their individual careers.
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- Part- and full-time options. The program can be completed in as little as one year of full-time study
- Taught by top real estate professionals working in the field
- Professional networking opportunities; in class, on building and site tours, at industry events and through Fordham’s vast and loyal alumni network
- Multiple scholarship offerings
- Mentorship program
- Internship opportunities
- Fordham Real Estate Institute Student Association
- Student Ambassadors available; meet with a current REI graduate student for additional insight
- Electives to meet your career advancement goals
- Flexible credit-transfer options
- MSRE-Advanced Certificate credential options
- Classes offered at Fordham’s Lincoln Center Midtown Manhattan campus
- REI Alumni | Forever Fordham Graduate Course Audit privileges upon graduation
Tuition, Fees and Transfer Policies
- $1,451 per credit
- $75 application fee
- Up to 6 credits may be transferred from an Accredited MS in Real Estate program (subject to the REI Director’s approval), reducing the number of credits needed to graduate
- Up to 9 additional credits may may be waived if the coursework matches exactly with our MSRE. However, this will not reduce the number of credits needed to graduate. Students may elect to take different MSRE courses in their place, but the total number of credits needed to graduate will not be reduced. All transfers are subject to approval.
- Non-Matriculated Option: If you wish to apply as a non-matriculated student, simply check off "non-degree" on the MSRE application. You may take up to 6 graduate credits as a non-matriculated student.