MS in Real Estate, Real Estate Development and Construction Management Online Information Session

    Wednesday, December 7, 2022 at 6:00 PM until 7:00 PMEastern Standard Time UTC -05:00

    Join us to learn more about the MS in Real Estate, MS in Real Estate Development and MS in Construction Management at the NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate.

    The MS in Real Estate program provides students with both the fundamental knowledge and the advanced analytical skills required for long-term success across a spectrum of the real estate industry. Based in the heart of New York City, our faculty are seasoned industry experts who deliver cutting-edge, real-time knowledge to our students. The breadth and scope of the classroom experience prepares students for the rigors of daily life in real estate, integrating theory, real-work application, and practice-based immersion in all phases of real estate investment and ownership.

    The MS in Real Estate Development program offers students the overall capabilities to become successful developers and to focus on their areas of special interest. The program offers core courses in finance, economic analysis, law, planning and process, plus specific tracks in sustainability, global real estate, and the business of development.  

    The MS in Construction Management is a dynamic program that gives students the knowledge and skills to manage and administer any type of construction project. Centered in the heart of New York City, students obtain the expertise from our faculty who practice their construction specialty in New York City. The magnitude of the construction projects that are being developed in New York City helps students obtain a better understanding of the complexity of the construction process through the classroom experience.

    All three programs are structured to meet the needs of working professionals and full-time students. Typically, students would be able to complete the degree within an accelerated 13 months of study, within one-and-a-half years of full-time study, or within two to five years of part-time study.

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.