Inside Look Into MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure program has been a leader in real estate education for 25 years. One of the few graduate real estate programs of its kind to be part of a business school, the MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure program will introduce you to multiple disciplines of the field, including:
- Construction and design
- Planning and sustainability
- Capital markets
- Real estate law
The curriculum will provide you with greater flexibility and experience in an increasingly competitive and diversified industry.
The 36-credit MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure is offered in a full-time format at the Carey Business School’s Washington, D.C. campus and in a part-time format at Carey’s D.C. and Baltimore campuses. You’ll complete the program in a cohort with a group of peers following the same curriculum for most of your studies.
Business Foundations (8 credits)
- BU.120.601 Business Communication
- BU.131.601 Business Leadership and Human Values
- BU.231.620 Corporate Finance
- BU.510.601 Statistical Analysis
Functional Core (18 credits)
- BU.241.620 Design and Construction Feasibility
- BU.230.640 Development Modeling and Risk Analysis
- BU.241.735 Infrastructure Development for Sustainable Cities
- BU.241.740 Project Finance and Public-Private Infrastructure Delivery
- BU.242.720 Real Estate Capital Market Analysis
- BU.234.610 Real Estate and Infrastructure Finance
- BU.241.610 Real Estate Investment and Development
- BU.132.615 Real Estate Legal Environment
- BU.242.601 Real Estate Market Feasibility Study
Real Estate Electives (8 credits)
- BU.242.715 Advanced Valuation and Investment Analysis
- BU.241.725 Global Perspectives in Real Estate
- BU.152.725 Real Estate Entrepreneurship
- BU.242.710 Real Estate Funds and Portfolio Management
- BU.242.715 Real Estate and Infrastructure Valuation
- BU.242.701 Real Estate Investment Trusts: Analysis and Structuring
Capstone (2 credits)
- BU.245.790 Real Estate and Infrastructure Capstone
Students who complete this program between May 2018 and August 2018 are eligible to continue their studies in a complementary new area with Carey's Second Degree Option. More information is available on the Second Degree Option page.
For Academic Year 2017-2018
|Tuition||Application FEE||Matriculation Fee||Registration Per Semester||Graduation Fee|
|Full-Time||$66,500 (for entire 12-month program)||$100||$500||$0||$0|
|Part-Time||$1,330 per credit||$100||$250||$0||$0|
All fees are nonrefundable.
- Late Registration Fee: $250
- Late Payment Fee: $250
- Returned Check Fee: $35
- Payment Plan Termination Fee: $75
- Delinquent Account Collection Fee: 25% of the outstanding debt
Our Career Development team is committed to providing opportunities for you to build professional skills and competencies that are essential for success in the career search.
Graduates of the MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure have gone on to start or advance their real estate careers as brokers, project managers, asset management advisers, analysts, planners, and others.
Organizations where you’ll find Carey MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure alumni making an impact include:
- Alex Brown Realty Inc.
- CB Richard Ellis
- Clark Construction Group
- Corporate Office Properties Trust
- Cushman & Wakefield
- Enterprise Community Partners
- Fannie Mae
- Freddie Mac
- Host Hotels and Resorts
- James G. Davis Construction
- Jones Lang LaSalle
- LaSalle Investment Management
- M&T Bank
- The Peterson Companies
- St. John Properties
The most recent MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure career data is available here.
#Of Students: 35
Avg GMAT: 656
Countries Represented: 4
Michael Denise didn’t imagine he would one day find himself living in Baltimore. After a tour of duty in the United States Marines, the California native met a woman from Baltimore. They married and moved east to raise a family. As a newcomer to Maryland, Denise decided to develop his budding real estate career. To do that, he felt he needed an advanced degree and to expand his professional network, which led him to the Carey Business School.