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Pratt Institute launches Master of Science in Real Estate Program (REP)

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Pratt Institute launches Master of Science in Real Estate Program (REP). (Courtesy Pratt)
Pratt Institute launches Master of Science in Real Estate Program (REP). (Courtesy Pratt)

The Pratt Institute has announced a new degree program: Master of Science in Real Estate Practice, which will commence in fall 2017.

The Real Estate Practice program will train students to develop skill sets focused on public-private partnerships, housing and urban development, and sustainable development. This focus on public-private partnerships is due to an increase in real estate professionals’ interaction with broader interdisciplinary teams.

Courses offered in 2017–2018 include: The Development Process, Fundamentals of Real Estate Development Finance, Fundamentals of Real Estate Portfolio Investment, Real Estate Law and Land Use Regulation, Public/Private Redevelopment, Urban Economics and Market Analysis, Real Estate Valuation and Capital Markets, Project Management, Demonstration of Professional Competence-Thesis, and Demonstration of Professional Competence-Studio.

The new 36 credit program is meant to complement existing graduate programs of the Pratt School of Architecture: City and Regional Planning, Sustainable Environmental Systems, Historic Preservations, Urban Peacemaking and Management, and Facilities Management.

“With this new program, Pratt’s School of Architecture now has a trilogy of programs focused on the built environment: Construction Management, Facilities Management, and Real Estate Practice. This unique and exciting program focuses on educating and training students in real estate practice at the intersection of public-private partnerships,” said Regina Ford Cahill, chairperson at Pratt Institute in a statement to Real Estate Weekly.

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