Online Master’s in Real Estate

Become a Leader in the Real Estate Industry

Georgetown University’s powerful Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate program provides a flexible path for future industry leaders to advance their knowledge and accelerate their careers.

The online Master’s in Real Estate program prepares students to master the professional skills needed to meet the demands of today’s real estate and related markets.

Students in the online Real Estate master's program study under Georgetown’s distinguished faculty of industry practitioners. The Real Estate online program produces graduates who demonstrate a dynamic combination of industry knowledge, leadership skills, and a commitment to real estate ethics.

A Comprehensive Real Estate Curriculum

Students of the Real Estate online program engage in a unique curriculum that focuses on global trends and topics, providing graduates with the knowledge to practice all over the world. 

This two-year program consists of 33 credit hours. Program courses include:

  • Ethics in Action
  • Real Estate Fundamentals
  • Foundations of Real Estate Finance
  • Foundations of Real Estate Law
  • Foundations of Real Estate Markets
  • Foundations of Real Estate Accounting
  • Development and Construction Project Management
  • Structured Finance
  • Impact of Globalization on Real Estate
  • Multi Family and Affordable Housing
  • Real Estate Portfolio Management
  • Sustainable Development and Construction
  • Capstone Course

Learn more about the comprehensive Master’s in Real Estate curriculum.

The Career Outlook of Georgetown Real Estate Graduates

Georgetown University has a long-standing tradition of developing top professionals and field-leading experts.

Graduates of the online Master’s in Real Estate program will be prepared for real estate career opportunities such as:

  • Real estate developer
  • Corporate real estate manager
  • Commercial real estate lender
  • Investment fund manager
  • Construction project manager
  • Real estate entrepreneur
  • Community developer

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), by 2026:

  • Employment of real estate brokers and sales agents is projected to increase by 6%
  • Employment of real property assessors is projected to increase by 14%
  • Employment of property, real estate, and community association managers is projected to grow by 10%

Learn more about the various career paths of Real Estate graduates.