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 exposes students to multiple disciplines of the field, including: investment, development, finance, construction and design, entrepreneurship, planning and sustainability, capital markets and real estate law. The curriculum provides students 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.
After graduation, MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure students have gone on to start or advance their real estate careers as brokers, project managers, asset management advisers, analysts, planners, and others. Their Career Development team will take a personal interest in your education—and your professional opportunities—providing you with one-on-one support to help you thrive before and after graduation.
*This information is based on the school's 2016/2017 program and may not reflect changes, updates or deletions to the programs.