It takes drive to pursue a career in real estate. Our students have plenty of it. We challenge them to analyze quickly, and act quickly. To ask “how” and, more importantly, “why not” when faced with opportunities.
The Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is one of the few graduate programs of its kind to be hosted within a business school. It distinguishes itself from other courses in real estate by offering the kind of academic rigor you’d expect from a graduate business education—and the prestige associated with Johns Hopkins University’s global network of 200,000 alumni.
Our curriculum goes beyond typical real estate training to broaden horizons with an understanding of all aspects of real estate and infrastructure. Our students don’t just learn how to close deals, they gain a full spectrum of skills and knowledge to help them thrive in real estate careers regardless of market conditions.
MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure graduates have gone on to start or advance their careers as brokers, project managers, asset management advisers, analysts, and planners. Our Career Development team will take a personal interest in your education—and your professional goals—providing you with one-on-one support to help you thrive before and after graduation.
The program offers both full-time and part-time enrollment as a part of a cohort of peers.
If you’ve got drive, study real estate and infrastructure at the institution that’s driven society’s growth for 140 years.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School: Teaching Business With Humanity In Mind.
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