MS Real Estate Development/MBA

Female student on left of photo and male student on the right of the photo. Both are sitting behind laptops in an office and are looking at the camera.

Lindsay Macaluso, MSRED/MBA ’18, and Chris Miano, MBA ’17, in the Blackstone LaunchPad at UB.

Prepare to lead in one of the world’s most dynamic and influential industries.

Learn from experienced developers and real estate professionals in the resurgent City of Buffalo, a vibrant laboratory for applied study in proximity to global financial and employment centers in New York, Boston and Toronto. The School of Architecture and Planning and the School of Management offer a collaborative three-year program leading to both the Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) and MBA degrees.

Be Career Ready

  • Collaborate with allied professionals in architecture, urban planning, management and law
  • Explore complex trends, including place-making and urban design, affordable housing and community development, suburban transformation, energy innovation, sustainable development and the effects of technological changes in the workplace
  • Dive deeper into such topics as historic preservation, inclusive design, property management and regional economic development
  • Build your professional network with industry executives through field visits, social events, guest speakers and paid and academic-credit internships
  • Immerse yourself in the diverse community of full-time MBAs

Total Hour Requirement

Real Estate Credits School of Management Credits
RED core courses
RED electives
Total
36
9
45
MBA core courses
MBA electives
MBA internship
Total
27
18
3
48
Real Estate Credits
RED core courses
RED electives
Total
36
9
45
School of Management Credits
MBA core courses
MBA electives
MBA internship
Total
27
18
3
48

Graduate Programs Office
School of Management
University at Buffalo
203 Alfiero Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4010

Tel:  716-645-3204
Fax: 716-645-2341
som-apps@buffalo.edu

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MSRED/MBA Collaborative Program

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Second Year

Fall Semester

 • END 500 Processes of Real Estate Development (4 credits)
 • END 525 Financing Development Projects 1 (3 credits)
 • END 543 Construction Management (3 credits)
 • Electives (6 credits)

Spring Semester

 • END 526 Financing Development Projects 2 (3 credits)
 • END 581 Market Analysis (3 credits)
 • END 521 Technology Colloquium (1 credit)
 • END 504 Structuring Deals and Transactions (3 credits)
 • ARC 631 Design for Development (3 credits)
 • Elective (3 credits)

To learn more about the MS in Real Estate Development, visit the School of Architecture and Planning.

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