Real Estate Graduate Certificates – Deadline: 5/15/21


The College of Built Environments offers a Graduate Certificate in Real Estate (GCRE) and a Graduate Certificate in Housing Studies (GCHS), which are open to all graduate students. If you are interested in learning about real estate and housing production and consumption, I encourage you to consider one of the two certificates. The application deadline is quickly approaching on May 15th for both.

If you choose the GCRE you can begin your coursework by taking RE510 Introduction to Real Estate AUT21 or WIN22 and RE513 Real Estate Finance & Investment in the WIN22 quarter. If you are interested in the GCHS, you can take RE563 Housing Markets and Policy and/or RE597 RE Data Modeling in AUT21.

The Graduate Certificate in Real Estate (GCRE) offers non-real estate UW graduate students an opportunity to learn the fundamental concepts and tools critical in the workings of real estate markets, while helping them understand how their own fields of study can be useful in real estate.

The Graduate Certificate in Housing Studies (GCHS) offers graduate students the opportunity to learn the fundamental concepts and tools essential to understanding housing production and consumption at a regional, national and global level.

Minimum duration: GCRE: winter and spring (2 quarters); GCHS: autumn, winter and spring (3 quarters)

Number of courses: 4

-GCRE: R510 Introduction to Real Estate (offered autumn & winter quarters), RE513 Finance & Investment(winter), RE516 Introduction to RE Economics & Market Analysis (spring), and RE550 Real Estate Development (spring);

-GCHS: RE 563 Housing Markets and Policy(autumn or spring), RE597 RE Data Modeling (autumn or spring), RE564 Affordable Housing(winter), RE 565 Advanced Housing Studies (spring) (substitutions with specific courses outline on the certificate website is offered below)

Eligibility: all UW graduate students enrolled in degree programs are eligible to pursue the certificates.

Application deadlines: May 15th

Additional information on can be obtained at:
– Graduate Certificate in Real Estate (GCRE): http://realestate.washington.edu/programs/graduate-re-certificate/

Graduate Certificate in Housing Studies (GCHS): http://realestate.washington.edu/programs/graduate-gchs-certificate/

For additional questions please contact me at sdermisi@uw.edu


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