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The Carey Business Schools distinctive degree programs are designed to support and inspire innovative leaders who want to advance in current careers, establish new career paths, or embark on entrepreneurial pursuits that transform the way business is done.Often schools house their real estate programs in continuing or graduate studies departments; as a result, students may get left out of the valuable networking opportunities that only a business school can offer.
As part of the Carey Business School, the MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure was designed to give our students a direct pipeline to executives, entrepreneurs, and decision makers. This includes hundreds of respected faculty and industry peers, and more than 900 real estate alumni, many leaders in their fields. Add to this 19,000and countingCarey alumni, and its a network like no other, connecting students to professional opportunities that can impact their careers immediatelyand for years to come.
After graduation, our students have gone on to start or enhance their careers as brokers, project managers, asset management advisors, analysts, planners, and others. Our alumni have earned positions at respected companies throughout the region and nation, with some recent examples including:
- Alex Brown Realty Inc.
- Bozzuto Development
- CB Richard Ellis
- Clark Construction Group
- Corporate Office Properties Trust
- Cushman & Wakefield
- Enterprise Community Partners
- Development Process I
- Development Process II
- Finance I
- Finance II
- Internship (6 credits)
- Market Analysis
- Practicum (2 credits)
- Public Private Partnerships
- Smart Growth and Sustainability
- Sustainable Cities: Strategic Choices
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School offers numerous options for financing your education, including grant and scholarship aid, loans, payment plans, and tuition reimbursement available to those who qualify.