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Joint MS/Advanced Certificate

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Add an area of focus to your master's degree that can help you stand out to future employers.

Further your academic and career objectives by pursuing a master's degree and an advanced (graduate) certificate concentration simultaneously from Fordham’s Real Estate Institute. Advanced Certificates in Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Development, and Real Estate Management provide added specialized course work in their respective areas.

Program Advantages

  • Add a specialization to your master’s degree to showcase career-specific skills that meet your professional goals
  • Save time and money due to credit sharing between an MS and an advanced certificate program
  • Take courses in-person or online

Joint Status Requirement

  • MS students must declare their intention to complete the additional advanced certificate before they are conferred the MSRE or MSCM degree

MSRE/Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Finance  
Students who wish to receive both the Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) and the Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Finance may apply up to 9 credits of successfully completed coursework with a grade of B or better towards each program.

MSRE/Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Development 
Students who wish to receive both the Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) and the Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Development may apply up to 9 credits of successfully completed coursework with a grade of B or better towards each program.

MSRE/Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Management 
Students who wish to receive both the current Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) and the Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Management may apply up to 6 credits of successfully completed coursework with a grade of B or better towards each program.


MSCM/Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Management 
Students who wish to receive both the Master of Science in Construction Management and the Advanced Certificate in Real Estate Management may apply up to 6 credits of successfully completed coursework with a grade of B or better towards each program.