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The doctoral program in Real Estate is closely aligned with the doctoral program in finance. The normal course sequence for Real Estate requires students to fulfill all of the requirements of the finance major as well as a doctoral course in Real Estate and the Real Estate research seminar. Students are expected to demonstrate a command of micro- and macro-economic theory, econometrics and statistics, basic finance, and urban economics, local public finance, and real estate finance. Students should bear in mind that they will carry additional course loads to accommodate the somewhat greater range of materials required to understand how modern research methodologies are applied to real estate problems and issues.
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- Economic Theory
- Mathematical Tools for Economics
- Teaching Business
- Discrete-Time Asset Pricing
- Research and Theory in Business: Behavioral Science
- Empirical Finance
- Corporate Finance
- Real Analyses
- Aggregate Economics, Applied Macroeconomics
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- University Transcripts
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- Curriculum Vitae
English Language RequirementsIELTS band: 7 TOEFL iBT® test: 68
In conjunction with the regular financial aid programs of the university, the Haas School of Business does its best to provide financial assistance to deserving PhD students. This usually takes the form of a financial aid package over four years of study at Berkeley and includes stipends, grants, fellowships, and other awards, plus tuition and fees. All financial aid is based on the satisfactory academic progress of the student. Students are automatically considered for departmental aid when they submit their application for admission and are notified about their award when they are accepted into the program.