Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED)
- Full time/part time option
- In-person in NYC or online options
- Complete the program in as little as one year of full-time study
- World-class faculty
- Small class sizes
- NYC-based with a global application
- Mentorship program and other professional networking opportunities
- Fordham Real Estate Institute Student Association
- Competitive tuition and flexible credit-transfer options
- MSRED-Advanced Certificate credential options
- REI Alumni | Forever Fordham Graduate Course Audit privileges upon graduation
Master of Science in Real Estate Development Curriculum
- Core curriculum addresses the most important elements of real estate development legal issues, economics, market analysis, finance, construction methods and materials, pre-construction planning and design, entitlements, zoning, investment analysis, and feasibility analysis. (27 credits)
- Elective program allows students to immerse themselves in specialized topics of their choice (6 credits)
- Capstone project offers students the opportunity to apply what they have learned in a real-world setting using professional-quality practices (3 credits)
For a full list of curriculum and requirements for the MSRED program, visit the academic bulletin.
Tuition, Fees and Transfer Policies – to go in the tuition and fees page of REI tab
- Up to 6 credits may be transferred from an accredited MS in Real Estate Development program (subject to the REI Director’s approval).
- Up to 9 additional credits may be waived if the coursework matches exactly with our MSRED. However, this will not reduce the number of credits needed to graduate. Students may elect to take different MSRED 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 MSRED application. You may take up to 6 graduate credits as a non-matriculated student.
For more information, call 212-636-7626 or email [email protected].