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Clemson University Shortens Timeframe for Master of Real Estate Development Program

Clemson University’s Master of Real Estate Development program is a full-time, 56-credit program that can be completed in either 18-months for Entry Level Early Career Students or 12-months for Experienced Development Professionals. Experienced Development Professionals have the opportunity to exempt 15 credit hours through an interview, transfer courses, and portfolio documentation prior to admittance.

Applications for Summer 2018 admittance are open. First round submittals for Summer 2018 consideration are due by January 15, 2018 with rolling admissions thereafter through May 30, if space is available.

The MRED Program is a Second Summer Semester (SSII) start only and applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early and work with the Program Coordinator to process your application. Contact the MRED Program for more details.

Program Schedule for MRED Students Admitted in Summer 2018

All Students    

Summer II--June 27 – August 6, 2018  (off-site at your home)

Distance-Learning, asynchronous format for two, three-credit classes, unless exempt: RED 8890 Introduction to Real Estate Accounting and Finance and ARCH 8200 Building Design and Construction Principles. These classes can be viewed on your computer flexibly to accommodate your schedule, thereby allowing you to remain where you are for summer employment.

Entry Level Early Career Students

Fall Semester 2018—Fall Semester 2019: August 23, 2018 to December 2019 (on-site Downtown Greenville, except summer internship) Graduation: December 2019

Experienced Development Professional Students w/15 credit pre-approved exemptions

Fall Semester 2018—Summer I Semester 2019: August 22, 2018 to June 21, 2019 (on-site Downtown Greenville)  
Graduation: August 9, 2019

*Note: All academic calendar dates are subject to change without notice.

MRED Curriculum Check Sheet

56 Credits

Prerequisite to Graduation Courses (15 credit hours):
Courses may be exempted* based on prior undergraduate or professional training by the MRED admissions committee with a review of documentation provided by the candidate for admission.

Course
Semester Hours
Documentation
RED 8890 Introduction to Accounting and Finance 3 Transcripts/Portfolio*
RED 8020 Real Estate Development Field Tour Seminar
10-day tour of South Carolina Coastal Development
3 Portfolio*
RED 8110 Summer Internship 3 Portfolio*
RED 8130 Real Estate Development Strategic Planning 3 Transcripts/Portfolio*
MBA 8360 Real Estate Principles 3 Transcripts/Portfolio*
Required Core Courses (41 Credit Hours)
Semester Hours
ARCH 8200 Building Design and Construction Principles 3
RED 8000 Real Estate Development Process 3
MBA 8410 Real Estate Finance 3
RED 8010 Real Estate Market Analysis 3
CRP 8020 Site Planning and Infrastructure 3
RED 8100 Real Estate Seminar Roundtable 1
MBA 8330 Real Estate Investments 3
LAW 8480 Law for Real Estate Professionals 3
RED 8120 Real Estate Technology 1
CSM 8660 Contractor Role in Development 3
RED 8030 Public-Private Partnership 3
RED 8040 Practicum in Residential Development 3
RED 8050 Practicum in Commercial Development 3
Elective Course** 3
Elective Course** 3
Total Credits: 41

*A portfolio shall consist of examples of work and projects. Portfolio content examples are investment committee submissions, market studies, financial analysis studies, appraisals, project reports or similar items.          

**Elective Courses are offered in the following areas and offerings may vary:

Mixed-Use Development

Preservation Feasibility for Real Estate Professionals

Real Estate Strategic Planning

Selected Topics-Advanced Financial Modeling

Other approved finance courses in the MBA curriculum