The Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) program recruits students with great potential and prepares them to become responsible property investors and developers.
The degree focuses on sustainable and responsible development, emphasizing public/private partnerships; transit-oriented development; and sustainable and healthy 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.
Our expert faculty will prepare you for a rewarding career in the real estate investment and development market.
In the Master of Real Estate Development, you’ll learn:
You’ll graduate ready to thrive as someone who can create and sustain multiple dimensions of value in one of the largest financial and asset markets in the world.
The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning encourages and supports a culture of innovation in teaching, research, creative works, as well as community engagement aimed at advancing professional practice and preparing students to be leaders in their respective fields.
We utilize Tucson and the unique Sonoran Desert environment as a learning laboratory for applied research and community-based projects involving a variety of stakeholders.
Creative thinking and collaborative learning are encouraged in all of our programs through interdisciplinary coursework and real-world projects. Graduates are able to integrate scientific knowledge with resourceful innovation to achieve outcomes that demonstrate best practices for the development of healthful, livable, and meaningful places.
College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture
Global Campus Experience - Online
University of Arizona - Main - Tucson
Arizona Online - Online
Students applying to the program must meet University of Arizona Graduate College admissions standards.
Prospective students are required to submit application materials directly to the University of Arizona Graduate College. Please pay careful attention to the procedures described in the online application portal. You can access the online application system as many times as necessary to prepare your application up until the time you formally submit your materials. Applications will not be reviewed until all materials have been received.
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required to apply.
All applicants must upload the following documents using PDF format:
International students must also provide:
Official transcripts may be mailed to:
CAPLA Graduate Programs Office
University of Arizona
1040 N. Olive
Tucson, AZ 85721
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
Minimum GRE Written: N/A
Minimum GMAT: N/A
Minimum MAT: N/A
Minimum TOEFL: 79
Minimum IELTS: 7
Financial aid is available to qualified students based on the program, merit and financial need. Many of our students receive some form of financial aid excluding loans.
Most students enter the program in the Fall semester, although we accept applications throughout the year and can admit students for the Spring semester.
October 11: Round 1 (Deadline for GA Consideration)
November 1: International Student Deadline, Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP)-Eligible Deadline
December 6: Final Deadline (Domestic/International with Visa)
November 30: Priority Admissions Deadline
February 4: Round 2
March 7: Round 3 (Deadline for Graduate Assistantship Consideration and International Students without Visa)
April 4: Round 4
May 15: Final Deadline (Domestic/International with Visa, Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP)-Eligible)
International Conditional Admission
International applicants may be considered for conditional admission to this program at the department's discretion. See http://grad.arizona.edu/admissions/types/international-admission-types#intl-conditional for more information.
International applicants may be considered for conditional admission to this program at the department's discretion.
30 units of core coursework are required to complete the degree:
* To be taken at the conclusion/near conclusion of program with faculty advisor approval.
Electives are not required. Suggested elective options:
Please refer to the Graduate Student Handbook for students who are pursuing this program of study.
|Application Acceptance Rate||85.53%|
|Med. Time-to-degree (years)||1.50|
|Enrollment Percent Male||65%|
|Enrollment Percent Female||35%|
|Enrollment Percent International||6.67%|
|Enrollment Percent URM||26.67%|