Learn how to earn a master's in real estate from UCF
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The University of Central Florida is offering a free lunch-and-learn event for anyone who wants to know more about its Master of Science in Real Estate program on Tuesday, November 13. The event will take place from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the UCF Executive Development Center in downtown Orlando.
Register for the event
In addition, the event will feature a presentation on the effects of the 2012 presidential election on real estate. Dr. Charles Schnitzlein, Department of Finance, UCF College of Business Administration, will discuss the economic and financial challenges faced by real estate in the coming year.
Master of Science in Real Estate Program
The UCF MSRE program, which was designed by the Dr. P. Phillips School of Real Estate for working professionals wishing to achieve senior-level positions in the real estate industry, provides graduates with the flexibility to pursue careers in commercial real estate brokerage and appraisal, real estate development, mortgage brokerage, investment management, capital markets, and asset management.
The 30-credit-hour curriculum combines a business core consisting of finance, accounting, and marketing courses with advanced coursework in real estate.
Applications are now being accepted for admission to the next cycle of the program, which begins September 2013. Students go through the 20-month program as a cohort, taking all courses together. Classes are held on Monday and Wednesday evenings at the UCF Executive Development Center.