Clemson’s MRED Program focuses on the ‘master builder’ concept—the methodology that promotes an entire vision for a community through sustainable design, creative financing methods, place-making and healthy communities. The program is a full-time professional degree program that is jointly offered by Clemson University’s Department of City Planning and Real Estate Development (CPRED) and the College of Business. The program provides an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates seven disciplines—MBA Finance, Law, Construction Science & Management, Architecture, City Planning, and Real Estate Development.
The Clemson Master of Real Estate Development Program is a joint degree between an architectural and a business college, with required classes in MBA Finance, Law, Construction Science & Management, Architecture, City Planning, and Real Estate Development. Students are offered what MBA real estate specializations include – and so much more!
The full-time, 56 credit, professional degree program can be completed in either 18-months or Entry Level Career Students or 12-months for Experienced Development Professionals. Clemson’s MRED program educates future professionals from diverse disciplinary perspectives in order for students to understand the complexities of the real estate development process and be poised to take leadership positions in the industry.
*This information is based on the school's 2016/2017 program and may not reflect changes, updates or deletions to the programs.