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  1. #1
    Mar 2008
    New York

    Master's in Real Estate Programs

    I have scoured the internet looking for unbiased reports/rankings/etc of M.S real estate programs. From what I can see, the top programs are USC, MIT, Columbia, Cornell, NYU, and Johns Hopkins. However, I am looking for more information on all of of these programs but most specifically, NYU.

    Does anyone have any good insight into the M.S. in Real Estate as a degree? Does anyone have any information about the programs? How does NYU rank? How tough is the program? Any help would be greatly appreciated as I have been searching for weeks but have not had much success. Thank you very much.

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    Cyburbian The District's avatar
    Nov 2005
    New Hampshire Seacoast
    i don't think there are any good rankings for MRE programs. go where the program fits you best. NYU is good, but it's a two year program, which was not something i was interested in. admissions vary greatly based on the school and the year you apply. email me if you want to discuss further--i have insights, but i'm not sure which ones you want to hear about. check my other posts as well for more info.

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