Training the next generation of responsible real estate professionals

Located in the real estate capital of Washington, D.C., the GW School of Business stands at the center of critical discussions between real estate practice and law. We seek to educate our students to act ethically and effectively at the convergence of the two. The Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis (CREUA) is the GWSB’s thought leader on the intersection of real estate and public policy.

From rigorous certificate programs to electives to international, hands-on projects in our Study Abroad programs, the School of Business offers many ways for graduate students to pursue study in real estate. Additionally, beginning in fall 2014, working professionals can pursue our Certificate in Walkable Urban Real Estate & Place Management alongside our MBA students.

For MBA Students:

Certificate in Walkable Urban Real Estate Development & Place Management

Walkable urban real estate development and place management is the future of the industry. Metropolitan Washington has more examples of walkable urbanism than any other region in the country. So it is natural that GW’s Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis offers a certificate in this emerging approach to development as well as the strategy and management of these places.

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For MBA & MS in Finance Students:

Electives in Real Estate

MBA and MS in Finance students interested in real estate have many electives to choose from. For the list of courses in this field offered during the 2013-14 academic year, visit the Electives page in the MBA programs section of this site.

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For Working Professionals:

Certificate in Walkable Urban Real Estate Development & Place Management

Starting fall 2014, GW School of Business will be offering this Certificate program to working professionals. In this 16-credit program, professionals study the same curriculum and study alongside MBA students.

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