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  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
USC Catalogue 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Real Estate Development/Master of Business Administration (MRED/MBA)


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The Master of Real Estate Development/Master of Business Administration dual degree program enables students to expand their skills in planning, land development, marketing, decision sciences, accounting, management, finance and economics. The program is targeted for students who have a clear career goal of becoming real estate developers but who lack formal training in business. The program normally requires two years (including summers) of full-time study in residence to complete.

Requirements

A total of 82 units is required. Required courses include: all required courses in an MBA program; FBE 565 Economics of Urban Land Use: Feasibility Studies  (3 units); FBE 588 Advanced Real Estate Law  (3 units); graduate business electives sufficient to bring the total units completed in the USC Marshall School of Business to at least 48; and Policy, Planning, and Development courses (34 units). Dual degree students may not count courses taken outside the USC Marshall School of Business toward the 48 units. Students must have an approved laptop computer as required by instructors and must demonstrate calculator and spreadsheet skills.

Additional Requirements


Comprehensive Examination: Students are required to complete a comprehensive examination administered by faculty members from both the Marshall School of Business and the Price School of Public Policy.

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