Online Master's in Real Estate

Fully Accredited Program

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the real estate industry while building the skills today's market demands.

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In real estate, location is everything. And our online Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate delivers the excellence of a Georgetown education when and where it’s convenient for you.

Focused exclusively on real estate and related markets, our program uses case studies so the material you learn is applicable to real-world situations. And throughout the program, you'll focus on global trends and topics, so you'll be prepared to do business worldwide.

One of the top programs in the U.S., our online Real Estate program provides access to a broad network of partner organizations and facilitates opportunities for mentoring, internships, and additional resources among our students and alumni to help you build connections and pursue a rewarding career.

  • Number of Credits

    33 credits

  • Format

    On-campus & online

  • Total Tuition


  • Enrollment

    Full-time or part-time

  • Time to Complete

    2–5 years

  • Semester of Entry

    Fall, spring, summer

Learn how to ethically manage multiple facets of the industry including development, finance, sustainability, construction, and management. Explore a curriculum full of real-world coursework as you learn alongside top real estate practitioners throughout the world.

Ideal for working professionals, our Real Estate program is designed to fit your schedule, with online classes that allow you to earn your degree without interrupting your career. Plus, our virtual courses integrate real-world applications, so you’ll have valuable opportunities to practice what you learn through assignments that are authentic to what you’d experience in the workplace.

By the end of the program, you'll demonstrate a dynamic combination of industry knowledge, leadership skills, and a commitment to real estate ethics.

*Tuition rates for each term are published annually, typically in February. Total tuition listed here reflects Fall semester of entry.