Courses and Schedule
Master of Science in Real Estate
The Pepperdine Graziadio Master of Science in Real Estate program is designed for one-year completion in three semesters.
Our MS in Real Estate cross-disciplinary curriculum features a combination of core courses, electives, and co-curricular classes and workshops. In addition to real estate finance fundamentals, we address interpersonal, career, and technology skills. All this with the intent to elevate your prospects in preparation for the contemporary, fast-growing RE marketplace.
Master's in Real Estate students must take 26 core-units, five co-curricular-units, and at least one elective-course (or three elective co-curricular-courses). The combined course units will achieve the required minimum of 34 units. The program is designed for completion in 34 units (minimum) to 40 units. We encourage each student to expand and customize the curriculum to fit personal and professional objectives.
Sample MS in Real Estate Completion
|ACCT 641 Real Estate Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis||3 units|
|BSCI 650 Personal and Leadership Development Workshop||1 unit|
|DESC 601 Excel and Quant Review||1 unit|
|FINC 642 Real Estate Principles, Markets, and Economics||3 units|
|FINC 643 Real Estate Investments and Finance I||3 units|
|PGBS 560 Career Seminar||0 units|
|LEGL 648 Legal Issues in Real Estate||3 units|
|PGBS 693 Global Business Intensive||(1-4) 2 units required|
|LEGL 601 Negotiations and Resolution of Conflicts Workshop||1 unit|
|FINC 644 Real Estate Investments and Finance II||3 units|
|FINC 645 Real Estate Development and Construction||3 units|
|FINC 646 Real Estate Financial Modeling and Technologies||3 units|
Finance Elective (3 units required):
Internship or Field Project (1 unit required):
Note: A minimum of 3 units of electives are required to complete the program. In addition to FINC 698, electives may also be selected from ACCT, DESC, ECON, FINC, or ISTM prefix courses.