What can the combination of an MBA and an MPS in Real Estate do for you?
Combining specialized knowledge in many facets of real estate with a strong general management foundation gives dual-degree graduates a powerful set of knowledge and skills. This pair of credentials not only gives graduates a distinct edge, but also increases flexibility in career options.
The professional master's degree in real estate delivers a comprehensive foundation in the field, incorporating the perspectives of developer, owner, investor, financier, operator, and user. In addition, it confers knowledge of all the specialized disciplines that apply in the industry: architecture, construction management, development, finance, investment and deal structuring, law, transactions, property management, urban economics and planning.
The MBA provides sound base in all the functional areas of business-accounting, finance, economics, marketing, operations management, strategy, and leadership. Building on these, the program enables individuals to strengthen their leadership ability, as well as to add specialized knowledge in entrepreneurship, sustainable global enterprise, consulting, and other areas.
Cornell's Program in Real Estate and Johnson Graduate School of Management are widely acknowledged to be among the nation's premier programs. Both are deliberately small and intensely collaborative, and offer exceptional applied learning opportunities.
Cornell graduates benefit from one of a huge, loyal, engaged network of alumni who share knowledge and open doors for one another. The Cornell Real Estate Council is one of the largest university-based networks of real estate professionals in the world. Entrepreneurship@Cornell and its affiliated Cornell Entrepreneur Network provide opportunities to connect with colleagues and acquire cutting-edge knowledge.
Options and Flexibility
There are two ways to earn the combination of MBA/MPS-Real Estate at an accelerated pace: a three-year program and an accelerated two-year program. See an overview of these options and admissions requirements.
Moreover, Cornell degree programs allow an unusual level of flexibility. Learn more about Johnson's One-Year MBA and our Two-Year MBA.
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Apply to the Program in Real Estate.