Applications are for the fall semester only. Applications completed
by February 1st will be given the highest priority; all application
materials (including current resume and letters of recommendation) must
be received no later than February 1st. Application material received
after this time will be reviewed on a space available basis. Enrollment
is selective; early application is encouraged. Admission to the graduate
program is subject to the rules, regulations and procedures of the
Graduate School as stipulated in the University Graduate Bulletin. It is
the responsibility of each student to understand these requirements and
to ensure that they are met.
- A bachelor of arts or equivalent degree with a 3.0 cumulative
grade point average
- 1000 cumulative Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
on verbal and quantitative sections for all tests taken before
September 2011. New test score equivalency will be announced in
November 2011 after statistical analysis. Graduate Management Admission
Test (GMAT) exam also accepted. 550 TOEFL score for international applicants and/or those whose native
language is not English.
When taking the GMAT, include the
university code (5815), for scores to arrive automatically to the School
Required Documents & Application Procedure
- Completed application form with the $65.00 application fee.
- Completed “Definition of Academic Interest including career
goals with respect to real estate development and urbanism”.
- Official transcripts of all college and university courses
taken, indicating the date your undergraduate or professional degree
was awarded. All transcripts must be sent directly from the
- Official Graduate Record Examination or Graduate Management
Admission Test score sent directly from ETS, TOEFL scores when applicable.
(University code is 5815)
- Two academic or professional letters of recommendation. If you
have waived your right for access to your letters, they can be sent
directly from the recommender, or enclosed with your application in a
signed sealed envelope.
- Current Resume
Scholarships and Assistantships
All students admitted full-time to the Master of Real Estate
Development and Urbanism program may be eligible for partial tuition
scholarships and/or graduate assistantships, based on academic record.
Scholarships vary in amount and are intended to assist the recipient’s
pursuit of the studies required by the program. Scholarships will be
awarded on a competitive basis. Graduate Assistantships require service
in the form of teaching, research assistance or other appropriate
activities as assigned by the director of the program.
The school reserves the right to retain all student projects done for