Tulane University Launches the Country’s Only MBA/Sustainable Real Estate Development Degree Program
The A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University has announced a partnership with the Tulane University School of Architecture to meet the increasing demand for business professionals equipped with the tools for a career in real estate development. The MBA/MSRED will offer students an unrivaled preparation with a broad foundation in business disciplines as well as specialized knowledge from the countrys only masters degree program in Sustainable Real Estate Development.
With the exponential growth of the real estate market, prospective real estate professionals must combine business expertise with an understanding of the social and environmental costs of development, says Ira Solomon, dean of the Freeman School. The MBA/MSRED program builds upon the rigorous core of the Freeman Schools nationally ranked MBA program to create a comprehensive and holistic approach to sustainable development.
In conjunction with Tulanes School of Architecture, the program awards students an MBA and a masters degree in Sustainable Real Estate Development. Through the real-world application of theory to current real estate development projects, graduates will be prepared for the rapidly evolving challenges facing the industry. Students will be equipped to successfully manage in all areas of real estate development “ finance, analytics, design, management and consulting “ with both the qualitative and quantitative skills needed to make informed business decisions.
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