What makes Robinson’s Master of Science in Real Estate so special?

Prepare to be a professional
In combination with rigorous coursework, you will earn ARGUS Enterprise certification, earn credit for three courses toward Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, and meet the Georgia Real Estate Salesperson License educational requirement, going far beyond graduates from other programs. Learn more about the MSRE student experience »
Connect with the power players
Expand your network exponentially through the industry events and guest speaker series hosted by the Department of Real Estate. Tapping into our extensive alumni network can lead to mentoring opportunities, internships, and job placements.
Extensive and successful alumni
Robinson’s Department of Real Estate is regarded as one of the nation’s premiere educators in this field. Many of our graduates have become leaders in the local and global real estate industry.

Frontline Feedback

Master of Science in Real Estate faculty, students, and alumni point out the program’s strengths, such as its location in the middle of a commercial real estate town and the mark the university has made on practically every building in Atlanta.

Duration

12 months, three semesters

Format

Cohort

Tuition

$37,500

Location

Buckhead Center

Job Outlook

Our spring 2015 graduates received an average 30.77% salary increase.

Employers include:

  • Carter
  • CBRE
  • GE Capital
  • H.J. Russell & Company
  • Jones Lang LaSalle
  • PwC
  • SunTrust Banks
  • T. Dallas Smith & Company
  • Transamerica Financial Advisors

Program Highlights

All inclusive, VIP treatment
Perks include catered dinners, free parking, professional development services, and access to the world-class Buckhead Center.
International appeal
International scholars from South Korea, China, and other countries come to Robinson to study and conduct research.
Money, money, money
The department awards more than $30,000 in scholarships each year.
  • Collaboration with University of the Witwatersrand to be PublishedKaren Gibler, an associate professor from the Department of Real Estate at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, collaborated with Samuel Azasu, an associate professor of real estate from the School of Construction Economics and Management at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), on a paper that will be published in the Journal of… more »
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  • Gibler’s Paper Receives Industry AwardsThe 2015 Best Paper on Seniors Housing prize at the American Real Estate Society meeting has been awarded to Dr. Karen M. Gibler of the Department of Real Estate and her co-authors, Tanja Tyvimaa, Tampere University of Technology, and Velma Zahirovic-Herbert, University of Georgia, for their manuscript: “The Effect of Age-Restricted Housing on Surrounding House Prices.”
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