The combined Bachelor's/Master's degree programs allow students to complete 12 graduate credit hours while still undergraduates. These three graduate level courses will count toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
DePaul Undergraduate Degree/Real Estate (MS)
The Master of Science in Real Estate offers students a focused degree program of specialized courses in real estate analysis, development, finance, valuation, investment, planning and public policy. Courses are taught both by academics and professionals and are frequently team taught by a combination of the two. Casework and teamwork are hallmarks of the program, providing opportunities to develop communication and leadership skills.
Students emerge from the program with strong exposure to real estate content, concepts and practices as well as a sold array of skills that can be adapted to the evolving and inherently multi-disciplinary real estate industry.
DePaul degree-seeking undergraduate students interested in earning a Master of Science in Real Estate may apply to the bachelor's degree/Real Estate (MS) combined program. Students may be able to obtain both degrees in an expedited period, typically in five years.
Students must formally apply and be admitted to the Department of Real Estate before beginning their graduate coursework. Upon identifying themselves as a combined degree applicant, the GMAT/GRE requirement will be waived. Undergraduate students who meet the following criteria may apply to this program:
- Junior standing or higher (at least 88.0 credits)
- A minimum cumulative DePaul grade point average of 3.20
Students participating in this program will typically take the following three graduate level courses during their senior year:
These three courses may double-count up to 12 credits towards both degree programs. The undergraduate degree will be awarded at the completion of all undergraduate work while the MSRE will be awarded upon completion of the remaining graduate level work.