The ten-month, full-time in residence, Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) Program, housed in the Warrington College of Business Administration (WCBA), thrives on innovation, a dynamic student body, significant interaction with high-level working professionals, and nationally recognized professors. The program is a unique combination of theory and practice that will both enhance your real estate education and develop your professional skills.
Master of Science degree in real estate, non-thesis option: This M.S. option consists of at least 34 credits of letter-graded courses. It is designed to ensure that each student acquires a basic knowledge of the various functional areas in real estate, real estate finance and investment, real estate development, real estate law and institutions, real estate asset management, international real estate, and advanced training in specialized areas. The capstone course (REE 6948 Capstone Seminar and Applied Project (2 cr.)) involves actual projects in which students work in teams to undertake a real estate problem for real clients. This two-tiered program of study provides both a firm theoretical foundation for later professional effectiveness and an applied bridge to professional practice.
Master of Science degree in real estate/juris doctorate joint program: This joint degree program culminates in the M.S. and J.D. degrees. Applicants must meet the entrance requirements for both the Warrington College of Business Administration and the Levin College of Law. Admission to the second degree program is required no later than the end of the second consecutive semester after beginning one degree of the joint program.
The Department also offers a combined bachelor’s / master’s program for all undergraduate disciplines.
For more information, please contact the admissions director and see our website: http://warrington.ufl.edu/graduate/academics/msre.
Degrees Offered with a Major in Real Estate
- Master of Science
Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.
Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Departmental Courses
|FIN 5405||Business Financial Management||3|
|FIN 5437||Finance I: Asset Valuation, Risk, and Return||2|
|FIN 5439||Finance II: Capital Structure and Risk Management Issues||2|
|FIN 6108||Personal Financial Management||1|
|FIN 6246||Money and Capital Markets||3|
|FIN 6306||Investment Banking||2|
|FIN 6425||Corporation Finance||3|
|FIN 6427||Measuring and Managing Value||2|
|FIN 6429||Financial Decision Making||2|
|FIN 6432||Asset Valuation and Corporate Finance||2|
|FIN 6438||Study in Valuation||2|
|FIN 6465||Financial Statement Analysis||2|
|FIN 6477||Entrepreneurial Finance||2|
|FIN 6489||Financial Risk Management||2|
|FIN 6496||Mergers & Acquisitions||2|
|FIN 6518||Investment Concepts||2|
|FIN 6525||Asset Management Project||1|
|FIN 6526||Portfolio Theory||2|
|FIN 6528||Asset Allocation and Investment Strategy||2|
|FIN 6537||Derivative Securities||2|
|FIN 6545||Fixed Income Security Valuation||2|
|FIN 6547||Interest Rate Risk Management||2|
|FIN 6549||Special Topics in Fixed Income Securities||2|
|FIN 6575||Emerging Markets Finance I||2|
|FIN 6576||Emerging Markets Finance II||2|
|FIN 6585||Securities Trading||2|
|FIN 6596||Introduction to Computational Methods & Derivative Pricing||2|
|FIN 6608||Financial Management of the Multinational Corporation||2|
|FIN 6626||International Finance||3|
|FIN 6638||International Finance||2|
|FIN 6728||Capitalism and Regulation||2|
|FIN 6729||Economics Organizations and Markets||3|
|FIN 6785||Investment Banking and Corporate Financial Modeling I||2|
|FIN 6786||Investment Banking and Corporate Financial Modeling II||2|
|FIN 6905||Individual Work in Finance||1-4|
|FIN 6930||Special Topics in Finance||1-4|
|FIN 6935||Finance Professional Speaker Series||1|
|FIN 6936||Special Topics In Investment Finance||2|
|FIN 6957||International Studies in Finance||1-4|
|FIN 6958||International Finance Study Tour||2|
|FIN 7446||Financial Theory I||4|
|FIN 7447||Financial Theory II||4|
|FIN 7808||Corporate Finance||4|
|FIN 7938||Finance Research Workshop||1-4|
|FIN 7979||Advanced Research||1-12|
|FIN 7980||Research for Doctoral Dissertation||1-15|
|GEB 5114||Entrepreneurship and Venture Finance||3|
|GEB 6366||Fundamentals of International Business||2|
|REE 6007||Fundamentals of Real Estate Development||2|
|REE 6045||Introduction to Real Estate||2|
|REE 6058||Real Estate Research and Technology||1|
|REE 6105||Real Estate Appraisal||2|
|REE 6206||Primary Mortgage Markets and Institutions||2|
|REE 6208||Secondary Mortgage Markets and Securitization||2|
|REE 6315||Real Estate Market and Transaction Analysis||2|
|REE 6395||Investment Property Analysis||2|
|REE 6397||Real Estate Securities and Portfolios||2|
|REE 6705||Geographic Information Systems and Location Analysis||2|
|REE 6737||Real Estate Development||2|
|REE 6905||Individual Work in Real Estate||1-6|
|REE 6930||Special Topics in Real Estate||1-4|
|REE 6935||Real Estate Case Studies||1-2|
|REE 6948||Capstone Seminar and Applied Project||2|
|BUL 6516||Law of Real Estate Transactions||2|
|QMB 5304||Introduction to Managerial Statistics||2|
Warrington College of Business Courses
|BTE 7171||Preparing to Teach in Business||2|
|GEB 5212||Professional Writing in Business||1-3|
|GEB 5215||Professional Communication in Business||1-3|
|GEB 5225||Advanced Business Writing||1-3|
|GEB 5929||Foundations Review||1-3|
|GEB 6229||Professional Communication for Accountants||2|
|GEB 6365||International Business||3|
|GEB 6905||Individual Work||1-4|
|GEB 6930||Special Topics||1-3|
|GEB 6957||International Studies in Business||1-4|
Real estate (MS)
SLO 1 Knowledge
Identify elements in construction methods and materials, market analysis, real estate finance and investment, real estate law, real estate appraisal, business statistics, and ethical and social responsibility.
SLO 2 Skills
Specify and implement a framework for identifying a real estate problem/decision, apply appropriate decision making tools, techniques, and evaluation criteria to the problem/decision, and develop alternative solutions.
SLO 3 Skills
Predict the outcomes of a decision or course of action and make appropriate adjustments to changing conditions and information.
SLO 4 Skills
Critically assess the impact of various courses of action on multiple stakeholders, including investors, lenders, and the local community.
SLO 5 Professional Behavior
Write business documents clearly, concisely, and analytically.
SLO 6 Professional Behavior
Speak in groups and in public clearly, concisely, and analytically, with appropriate use of visual aids.