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Fordham Launches Master’s Program in Real Estate Development

The Fordham University Real Estate Institute is launching a Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) program. Classes, which may be completed part-time, full-time, in-person or online, begin this fall.

“As we look to the future, the makeup of our cities will be determined by real estate developers,” said Dr. Anthony R. Davidson, dean of Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies. “We are confident our MSRED will best position our students to stand apart from their peers and further this field.”

Fordham says the 36-credit master’s degree is designed to provide students with an in-depth mastery of the applied functional areas necessary to every real estate development professional’s success. These include real estate development principles; legal concepts; financial analysis; debt and equity finance; real estate economics and market analysis; construction methods and materials; planning and design; zoning; pre-construction planning; investment analysis; and project feasibility analysis. 


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