Only at Tulane... Only in New Orleans
Tulane offers the only degree program in Sustainable Real Estate Development, where you will learn fundamental real estate principles, tenets of social and economic sustainability, and methods for sustainable design and urbanism. The collaboration between the School of Architecture and the Freeman School adds the rigor of a top graduate business school education, providing a deep foundation in business practices, analytical reasoning and financial modeling to deepen your knowledge and distinguish you in your job search.
New Orleans is an exceptional setting for studying real estate development: it is vibrant and rapidly growing, with unique opportunities and persistent challenges related to reinvestment, revitalization, and innovative development strategies – as well as a rich entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Earn Career Capital
Site visits and experiential learning opportunities throughout the curriculum put you side by side with industry leaders. Many of the faculty are full-time practitioners whose professional networks augment the connections made through course projects, the capstone research project and field study trips.
Additionally, Tulane’s dedicated alumni form an extensive network that extends around the globe; they engage with current students as faculty members, mentors and employers.
Our Career Management Center provides one-on-one advising sessions, interview coaching and opportunities to network with potential employers at national MBA conferences.
Real World Experience
Through innovative experiential learning, you will put theory into practice. The MBA curriculum allows for a deep dive into financial modeling, business analytics, and financial analysis, through project based courses and client-based research. The MSRED faculty is composed entirely of real estate professionals, representing development organizations, public agencies, and private developers.
Events & Important Dates
Networking Reception - 6:30 p.m. Panel Discussion Begins - 7:15 p.m.
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