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Clemson Graduate Students Compete in ULI Hines Student Competition
Five Clemson University graduate students in the Master of Real Estate Development Program (MRED), the Master of City and Regional […]

CPRED Announces Shared Program Model and Bihl Annual Fellowship
The Clemson University Department of City Planning and Real Estate Development (CPRED) is excited to announce a simplified curriculum between […]

CPRED & MRED Welcome Stephen Buckman!
The faculty and staff in the department of City Planning and Real Estate Development are excited to welcome a new […]

UBJ Features Lawrence Black’s on Greenville’s Southern Bleachery site
The May 4, 2018 issue of the Upstate Business Journal featured the work of Master of Real Estate Development student, Lawrence Black. Black, along […]

Brian Ordonez Selected as SIOR Student Experience Scholarship Recipient
Brian OrdonezDecember 2018 MRED candidate Brian Ordonez was selected on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 as a recipient of the Society of Industrial […]

MRED Students Win ULI Carolinas Urban Ideas Competition
MRED students Shelley Pelliccione, Claire Sanders, James Malm, Jason Hull, and Christian Grabeman were one of several multidisciplinary teams from […]

MRED Newsletter – February 2018
Click the link to download the newsletter as a pdf: Clemson MRED Newsletter-February 2018 MRED Newsletter-February 2018

Q&A with Tom Fox, Owner, FOX Commercial Properties
MRED Spotlight-Questions & Answers. Q&A with Tom Fox, Owner, FOX Commercial Properties Fox Commercial Properties specializes in the development of grocery-anchored shopping […]

2017 Practicum Presentations
Clemson University’s December 2017 graduates from the Master of Real Estate Development program completed their final Practicum projects in November […]

Dr. Terry Farris Retires After 23 Years
Farris-RetirementDr. Terry Farris was the Founding Director of Clemson's nationally renowned Master of Real Development Program (2004-2010), a joint initiative between the College of Architecture, Arts & Humanities and the College of Business. The MRED is an interdisciplinary 56-credit, full-time, 12 or 18-month program (based on experience) with courses from MBA/Finance, Law, Planning, Architecture, Construction Science and Real Estate Development. He previously served as the Director of the Master of City and Regional Planning Program for four years prior to founding the MRED program.

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