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Megan Welch

Earn your part-time Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure

Influence change in the real estate industry

For over 30 years, the Edward St. John Real Estate Program at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has featured a powerful combination of research-focused faculty members and practitioners who are leading experts in their fields.

The program is built upon the fundamental pillars of data, decisions, policy, and community. These pillars apply to commercial real estate professionals and entrepreneurs from entry- to executive level. This program will prepare you to both anticipate and influence the evolution of real estate in—and for—your community.

The fully online, flexible format allows you to complete the program while continuing your personal and professional obligations. Complete your degree in two years through asynchronous and/or fully synchronous courses.

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Average salary of Part Time MS REI graduates*

*2017-2020 base salary average for graduates of the part-time Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure program.


“The real estate program provided me with knowledge of how real estate is developed and managed under current market conditions and how to experience real estate from all perspectives while allowing me the opportunity to flex my curiosity in a new field."

Megan Welch, Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure, ‘20

Experience the Johns Hopkins difference

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Learn real estate investment, development, construction, and law.

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Focus on a deep understanding of infrastructure.

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Connect with real estate alumni locally and globally.

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One of the few real estate programs embedded in a business school.

About the Carey Business School

Grounded in the Johns Hopkins legacy of excellence and research, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School shapes business leaders who seize opportunity, inspire change, and create lasting value. We bring a modern business perspective to Johns Hopkins by shaping leaders who build for what’s next ®.

With locations in Baltimore, MD, and Washington, D.C., Carey offers full-time, part-time, and online MBA and MS degree programs, and executive education programs for the global marketplace that are data-driven and built to compete in an everchanging business world. Carey’s faculty are thought-leaders, trailblazing what’s next in the business world and in the classroom. And at Carey, we learn by doing. For more information, visit