Mays’ Master of Real Estate program
integrates the study of business and real estate. Why? Because real estate is important to business. Therefore, there is a demand for real estate specialists who understand organizations’ needs. Our program integrates the studies of real estate and business through a broad curriculum, including accounting, finance, law, and a professional internship.
The Master of Real Estate program is a 37-hour, non-thesis graduate program
that develops the advanced competencies and skills needed for a successful career in the real estate industry.
The program consists of 11 core courses and two electives that you may select from a broad range of classes
. Depending upon your career interest and goals, you may decide to take additional electives to further develop your proficiency in a supporting area of knowledge.
Our program integrates the studies of real estate and business through a broad curriculum, including accounting, finance, law, and a professional internship
. By using economic theory and financial concepts to develop the competencies for analyzing real estate markets and real estate values, you will be prepared for a career in diverse areas of the industry, including:
The Master of Real Estate degree
- Corporate real estate
- Real estate consulting
- Real estate valuation
- Commercial real estate brokerage
- Real estate lending and capital markets
- Real estate investment and asset management
- Real estate development
opens career doors. Recruiters come to Texas A&M each semester seeking to hire Real Estate program graduates. In addition, faculty members and former students take an active role in placing Real Estate program students into attractive internship and career opportunities.
Varied career options
result from the program’s interdisciplinary curriculum and its unique combination of business and real estate theory and practice presented both in the classroom and during a 12-week internship. Both recent graduates of the Master of Real Estate program and summer interns have obtained challenging positions with firms engaged in a variety of real estate activities.