Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate Master’s Degree

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Baker Program in Real Estate
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Urban American Management operates out of West New York, New Jersey, with a commitment to bettering neighborhoods and enhancing the lives of residents. Beyond its services in the property management industry, Urban American Management supports real estate programs at Cornell University. Master degree programs offered by Cornell include the Baker Program in Real Estate.

Cornell’s Baker Program in Real Estate requires students to commit to two years of immersive study and guides students in building the necessary foundations to become an effective leader. The program delivers instruction from the country’s largest full-time real estate faculty and offers real estate classes designed to improve student knowledge in a wide spectrum of areas. Classes impart information on the various roles in the real estate field and advance the student’s understanding of such topics as finance, investment, deal structuring, and construction management.

Towards the end of their first semester, students will select an area of concentration that defines the path of their future studies and distinguishes them within the industry. Studies during the student’s second semester typically align with their chosen area of concentration. Requirements for the degree consist of the completion of 62 credit hours, which include 10 credit hours in an approved concentration and six elective credit hours.

In addition, students receive the opportunity to participate in a multitude of internships, such as a summer internship in the selected area of concentration held between the first and second year.

For more information about the Baker Program in Real Estate, visit baker.realestate.cornell.edu/programs/masters-in-real-estate.

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