New Sustainability Degree Offered by University of Texas
Mar 30, 2012 02:10PM
The University of Texas will begin offering a Masters of Science in Real Estate–Sustainability concentration in May, providing students an opportunity to obtain a better understanding of the mechanics of sustainable project development and evaluation.
Sustainability and development go hand-in-hand, and building green is becoming the norm in many cities. The tools to develop in this changing marketplace must include strategies for addressing the economics, community and the environment as we build and rebuild our communities, towns and cities.
With the MSRE-S, accredited by the International Association for Management Schools, students are exposed to the theory, research and practical applications of numerous content areas, including investment analysis, appraisal and sustainable development. This cohort-based program requires that students remain together throughout the curriculum.
The MSRE-S will be taught in downtown Dallas at the Universities Center at Dallas, 1901 Main Street. One course at a time is scheduled in accelerated four-week sessions, and the program can be completed in 12 months. Courses offered in a convenient hybrid format of online and classroom meetings.
For more information, call 877-587-7878 or visit uta.edu/MSRE-sustainabilit.