Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure (part-time)

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Program Features

The part-time Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure 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.

Program outcomes:

  • Collect, read, and analyze real estate data
  • Understand zoning regulations and anticipate changes to land use laws
  • Understand pertinent mega-trends and engage at the frontiers of real estate
  • Influence the direction of development
  • Build your personal and professional real estate network

Fully online format

The Real Estate and Infrastructure program features a fully online format with one in-person residency of your choice. Complete the program in as little as two years or take up to five.

Relevant, practical, and applicable

Study with a research-focused faculty and adjunct practitioners who are leading experts in their field.

Edward St. John Real Estate Program

Learn fresh, innovative approaches to the field of real estate development. This program is made possible through the generous support of Edward St. John.

Flexible learning schedule

Choose a schedule that fits your busy lifestyle and participate in courses that feature synchronous (real-time) and asynchronous (anytime) activities. Take additional electives from a broad range of options, allowing you to customize a flexible schedule that aligns with your career goals.


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. The flexible format provides working professionals with the option of remote live, synchronous courses to continue to maintain your career. Our innovative curriculum delivers additional flexibility in selecting courses for a customized focus on specific real estate topics including health care real estate, contemporary issues in the industry, and negotiation.

Johns Hopkins Master’s in Real Estate and Infrastructure courses are taken within a true business school. Learn alongside students and faculty of different industries and backgrounds with like business mindsets. Build 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.

The 2022 edition of the Carey Business School University Catalog is available.


Go beyond the classroom

Your business education doesn’t end in the classroom. Step out of your comfort zone as you partner with students across Johns Hopkins and businesses to put your classroom learning to the test.

Keep up to date with the MS Real Estate and Infrastructure program:

  • Quarterly JHU Real Estate Market Update Newsletter: A quarterly market report newsletter for our alumni,  from leading commercial real estate firms about real estate finance, capital markets, and the real estate economy. (coming soon)
  • What’s Next in Real Estate Speaker Series: An ongoing series focused on challenges, uncertainties, or innovations in the real estate industry. Dean Alex Triantis facilitates each event, featuring distinguished Carey alumni and industry leaders.