Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure

Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure

Program Features

Master critical concepts

Teaches students how to close deals and a full spectrum of skills and knowledge to thrive as a real estate professional, regardless of market conditions.

Edward St. John Real Estate Program

Provides the opportunity to learn fresh, innovative approaches to the field of real estate development.

Build your portfolio

Signature capstone provides a mentored professional real estate industry experience that integrates all aspects of the curriculum

Transform theory into practice

Faculty bridge disciplines to channel the Johns Hopkins legacy of excellence into better business outcomes with positive societal impact.

The Washington, D.C. campus of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood along the famed “Embassy Row.” Major government agencies, nonprofits, and national and international corporations are headquartered within a short walk or Metro trip.


Through the Edward St. John Real Estate Program, you'll build valuable connections within the industry and master critical concepts that transcend the industry with the Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure. Develop multidisciplinary skills that will help you thrive in and out of real estate, regardless of market conditions.

The student handbook provides access to information about services and resources for students as well as policies and procedures. 

Find detailed descriptions for the courses offered during the 2019-2020 academic year.

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At A Glance

Program Details

Washington, D.C.
Full Time
1 year, 36 credits

Tuition & Fees

Tuition Cost
$74,500 / year
Financial Aid

There are numerous options for financing your education including scholarships, loans, and payment plans available to those who qualify. Learn more.


Round 1: October 28, 2020
Round 2: January 6, 2021
Round 3: March 31, 2021
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