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Program/Degree
Real Estate Development (MRED) 
Program Description

The Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) offered through The University of Arizona’s College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA) is a degree focusing on sustainable and responsible development, including emphasis on: public/private partnerships, transit-oriented development, sustainable cities, and health cities. The MRED program is ideal for professionals interested in better understanding the real estate industry as a whole, as well as those who are or intend to be real estate developers and industry leaders. The MRED program gives the student an opportunity to:

Collaborate with our faculty of world-renowned experts in the Sun Corridor, the nation’s fastest-growing learning lab.
Connect with industry and access key stakeholders in development, design, construction, and research
Focus on leadership, entrepreneurialism, and creative thinking to enhance your skills and advance your career
Understand best practices in sustainable real estate development
Utilize curriculum with real-world case studies
Experience small class size to facilitate high level of interaction and engagement
The MRED program is based in CAPLA, in collaboration with the Responsible Property Investing Center, Institute of the Environment, and Institute of Place and Wellbeing

 
Department/Academic Unit(s)

School of Landscape Architecture and Planning -

The MLA program prepares students for professional practice through integration of scientific knowledge and artistic intervention to achieve sustainable design outcomes. The central theme of sustainable design is incorporated into the study of landscape ecology, landscape planning, cultural landscapes, design history and theory, and technical, graphic and digital media training. The program utilizes Tucson and the unique Sonoran Desert environment as a learning laboratory for applied research and community-based projects. Students are prepared for entry-level practice through involvement in a variety of project types and scales including community and campus master plans, urban park systems, plazas and green streets, industrial restoration, habitat creation, neighborhood design, and more.

 
College
College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture  
Campuses where offered
Main Campus - Tucson UA Online  
Contacts
Admissions Contact
Crystal Amy Francine Moraga
520-621-6751
Graduate Program Coordinator
Crystal Amy Francine Moraga
520-621-6751
Director of Graduate Studies
Lauri M Johnson
520-621-8790
Graduate College Degree Counselor
Kristi Renee Davenport
520-626-1930
 
Tuition and Fees
Please refer to the UA Bursar's Office Tuition and Fees Calculator for up-to-date information about tuition and fees. 
Please refer to the UA Registrar's's Office Special Course Fees for up-to-date information about special course fees. 

Admissions Information

Admissions Requirements

Please visit this website for program requirements:

http://cala.arizona.edu/admissions

A cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale from an accredited undergraduate degree program.

3 Letter of Recommendation.
Personal essay/statement of purpose for graduate study, including potential research interests.
Biographical profile/resume including a complete record of academic and professional work

Applicants will be notified of their application status no later than April 1 and if admitted, will be asked to confirm their attendance by April 15.
Preferred selection begins in February, but we will continue accepting qualified applicants through April.

Official transcripts may be mailed to
CAPLA Graduate Programs Office
University of Arizona
1040 N. Olive
Tucson, AZ 85721

 
Standardized Tests

Required test(s): N/A
Required GRE Subject tests: N/A

Recommended tests: N/A
Recommended GRE Subject tests: N/A

Minimum GRE Verbal: N/A
Minimum GRE Quantitative: N/A
Minumum GRE Written: N/A
Minimum GMAT: N/A
Minimum MAT: N/A
Minimum TOEFL: 79
Minimum IELTS: 7

 
Financial Aid
The Academic Unit has not provided this information. 
Admissions Deadlines

Domestic Applicants:

Currently accepting applications 

International Applicants:

Currently accepting applications

 
International Conditional Admission
International applicants may be considered for conditional admission to this program at the department's discretion.
Other Information
The GRE Institution Code for The University of Arizona is 4832

Degree Specifics

Degree Requirements

Please visit this website for program requirements:

http://capla.arizona.edu/curriculum

Language requirements: None
Other requirements: Satisfactory Academic Progress
Criteria College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Arizona

I. Degree Requirements: In accordance with University policy, the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture requires a 3.0 as the minimum grade point average for Satisfactory Academic Progress toward the Master of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Science in Architecture, Master of Science in Planning and Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation programs. Satisfactory Academic Progress also includes timely and successful completion of all degree and certificate requirements.

A grade of incomplete, I, will be assigned only when circumstances beyond a student's control have made timely completion impossible. Faculty will inform the Program Chair when they assign an Incomplete and when the final grade has been submitted. Students may have no more than one Incomplete at any one time. Unfinished work should be completed and submitted to the Instructor of Record by the third week of the subsequent semester otherwise the student is subject to probation.

II. Advising: Students are encouraged to meet with the Graduate Advisor at least once a semester and before registering for the proceeding semester's courses. Students on probation must meet in person with their program's Graduate Advisor or their Major Advisor and the Graduate Program Coordinator before the end of the second week of every probationary semester.

III. The Masters Plan of Study. The MPOS must be submitted to the Graduate College no later than the second semester of graduate study. Master's Committee Appointment form should be determined by the end of the second semester for M.S.Arch students and before the onset of the final academic year for M.Arch, PLG and M.L.A. students.

Failure to meet satisfactory academic progress guidelines will result in disqualification from the academic program. Students who encounter circumstances beyond their control that retard progress may petition to the Director, through the Graduate Program Coordinator, for an exception to the College Satisfactory Progress Policy.

 
Minor Requirements

Not applicable

 
Student Handbook
http://capla.arizona.edu/sites/default/files/file_uploads/LAR_PLG_MRED%20Graduate%20Student%20Handbook_2017-09-07_1.pdf  
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Last revised 05 Sep 2017