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MSRE

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CoursesPGBS 560 (0 units)
Career Seminar
BSCI 650 (1 unit)
Personal and Leadership Development Workshop
DESC 601 (1 unit)
Quant/Excel Boot Camp
LEGL 601 (1 unit)
Negotiations and Conflict Resolution Workshop
ACCT 641 (3 units)
Real Estate Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
FINC 642 (3 units)
Real Estate Principles, Markets, and Economics
FINC 643 (3 units)
Real Estate Investment and Finance I
LEGL 648 (3 units)
Legal Issues in Real Estate
FINC 644 (3 units)
Real Estate Investments and Finance II
FINC 645 (3 units)
Real Estate Development and Construction
FINC 646 (3 units)
Real Estate Financial Modeling and Technologies
FINC 649 (3 units)
Investments and Portfolio Management
PGBS 693 (2 units)
Global Business Intensive
FINC 696 / GSBM 695 / PGBS 696 (1-2 unit)
Real Estate Practicum / Internship / Field Project
FINC 698 (2-4 units)
Contemporary Issues in Real Estate (multiple offerings)
Summer Electives (optional, up to 6 units)
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Goal & ObjectivesFallSpring
Summer
Electives
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Goal 1 (Ethics): our graduates will possess effective, ethical and socially responsible critical-thinking, problem-solving and decision-making skills. Our students will:
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1.1 Recognize and assess ethical dilemmas in business situations and pursue creative solutions with integrity, stewardship, courage, and compassion.IIID,MDM--
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1.2 Evaluate the impact of business decisions on society at large, as well as their client and company, and take actions of mutual benefit.IIID,MDM--
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Note: additional Graziadio elective courses (beyond the required 34 units required) allow students to customize their programs to their particular interests. Contemporary Issues courses (FINC 698) address issues of relevance at the time, and will change from year to year. The MSRE offers a minimum of four (4) FINC 698 courses each year. MSRE students must take at least 3 units of FINC 698 courses to achieve the minimum 34 units required of the degree. Given the flexible and customized nature of elective and Contemporary Issues courses, these are neither included in the Program Learning Objectives nor Assessment.
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Goal 2 (Communication): our graduates will possess effective professional communication skills to persuasively and professionally articulate their ideas and thinking. Our students will:
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2.1 Prepare and deliver presentations and reports that are clear, concise, and analytical, with appropriate use of visual aids.IIDMMM--
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2.2 Demonstrate effective leadership and interpersonal communication skills in a team setting.IIIIDMM--
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Goal 3 (Global Awareness): Our graduates will have a global perspective. Our students will:
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3.1 Define key components of another country’s business environment and give examples of how it differs from the domestic market.I, D, M--
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Goal 4 (Real Estate Competencies): Our graduates will demonstrate knowledge and understanding within and across real estate subject areas to an analyst's competency level. Our students will:
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4.1 Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of real estate investment and finance, including public and private equity and debt.III, DID, M--
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4.2 Deploy technical, quantitative, and software modeling skills to assess the value of real estate assets, deals, and transactions.IDMM--
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4.3 Perform site, public policy, market, financial, and construction analyses to propose and defend a real estate investment proposal.IDM--
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Goal 4 (Real Estate Competencies): our graduates will demonstrate knowledge and understanding within and across real estate subject areas to an analyst's competency level. Our students will:
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4.4 Analyze a firm’s financial statement to assess its financial health, performance, and future prospects including valuation methods and credit analysis.I, D, MM--
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4.5 Summarize and interpret common legal issues in commercial real estate.I, DD, MM--
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4.6 Use appropriate tools to make effective real estate based asset investment decisions in analyzing securities and strategies for constructing portfolios.IDM--
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Goal 5 (Practical Learning Objective): our graduates will have hands-on problem-solving skills. Our students will:
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5.1 Synthesize and successfully apply their real estate knowledge in a client-based project.I, DD, M--
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Legend: I = Introduce, D = Develop, M = Master
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