Explore the Auburn Master of Real Estate Development Program
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The Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) program is designed so you don't have to put your career on hold. A flexible online learning style during the semester. Interactive learning during on-campus residencies. Hands-on experiences during field studies in the US and abroad. This hybrid program has it all!
In this 21-month program, you will learn online, in the classroom, and in the field. The well-balanced curriculum caters to all learning styles. And if needed, you'll have easy access to support from professors. Faculty and staff are here to make sure you feel connected online, on-campus, or during field studies.
In addition, you will learn alongside a diverse cohort from many industries and backgrounds. You can work and support each other in the on-campus residencies and field studies. This will allow you to collaborate, share ideas, and begin building your network.
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During on-campus residencies, you will stay at The Hotel at Auburn University. Along with breakfast and lunch, this lodging is provided by the program. It will ensure that you have convenient and comfortable housing during the residency. In addition, Groome Transportation, the airport shuttle from Hartsfield Atlanta Airport, will deliver you to the hotel's front door.
The first residency starts with an opening banquet at The Hotel at Auburn University. The next day you will participate in an outdoor team-building challenge course. This experience gives you the chance to get to know one another. You'll spend the day working on group and individual challenges (both mental and physical). Students often say this course is one of the highlights of their Auburn experience.
Before formal class instruction begins, you will also have an intensive orientation. You will be introduced to the instructional technologies of the program and the student information systems on campus. The first on-campus residency is also used to check in with faculty. It is important that you are comfortable with the distance-learning portion. If there are any troubles, faculty will be there to help you make the appropriate adjustments.
You will also travel with faculty on a series of field studies. The field studies will take you to one international and three domestic real estate development sites. You will get a chance to visit places featuring classic design as well as industry innovations. You can also meet the developers behind the featured projects. This offers insights into planning, development, and financing.
Student membership in the following professional organizations is included in your Auburn MRED tuition:
Gain access to national and state conferences (at reduced prices), webinars, and publications of some of the foremost trade organizations in the commercial real estate development industry. In addition, you will opportunities to participate in ULI and CREF case competitions.
See how you can receive full credit for all the required courses needed for the CCIM exam. (Exception: CI 103 User Decision Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate.)Get on the Fast Track
Earn an MAI designation based on equivalency credit for some or all of the academic requirements needed for designated membership.Earn an MAI
Your academic membership provides free access to the following CREFC courses: Introduction to Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities (CMBS 101) and Introduction to Commercial Real Estate Collateralized Loan Obligations (CRE CLO 101).More on CREFC
Industry professionals successful in their fields inform and guide faculty, students and staff of the Auburn MRED program. Those serving on the MRED Alumni Council and the Advisory Board share their time and industry knowledge to improve the MRED program and ensure the long-term success of its graduates. Their engagement also provides students an expanded professional network of industry leaders.
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