W. P. Carey MRED
In only nine months, the W. P. Carey Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) program prepares you for the business of real estate. You’ll learn to lead real estate development projects that are environmentally respectful, socially responsible, and artfully designed. And engagement with motivated classmates, esteemed faculty, industry organizations, and deeply connected MRED alumni will expand your professional network and open the door to future opportunities.
The MRED program is a transdisciplinary partnership between four highly regarded schools within Arizona State University:
- The W. P. Carey School of Business
- The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
- The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
- The Del E. Webb School of Construction
The MRED brings together all four disciplines, giving you a well-rounded real estate development education — providing new perspectives and strengthening your decision-making skills. Three formal MRED synthesis projects cover the entire spectrum of development, from residential to mixed-use. Each synthesis project is presented to and evaluated by industry leaders and MRED faculty, providing you indispensable feedback.
In addition to the credibility of earning a transdisciplinary ASU master's degree, a recent $15 million investment by the W. P. Carey Foundation in career services will provide you more opportunities to meet with a broader range of employers and have better access to career coaching and tools to help you succeed in your career.
MRED fast facts
3 synthesis projects
Including a real-world capstone
98% of MRED alumni are satisfied
or highly satisfied with the program
The W. P. Carey MRED is community-centered — in more ways than one. In addition to focusing on the role of development projects within the context of their communities, the internal MRED community is built by relationships. Our students work closely together in class and on required projects, gain valuable access to leading professional organizations and the W. P. Carey Real Estate Advisory Board, and join a vital alumni network of MRED graduates working in and leading the real estate development industry.
Featured alumni stories
120,000+ W. P. Carey are leading the way worldwide
Here, featured W. P. Carey real estate alumni share their thoughts on ASU’s MRED program and what’s next in their field.
- Guillermo Gonzalez (MRED ’11)
- Devin Beasley (MRED ’14)
- Kaitlyn Fondano (MRED ’16)
- Varadaraj Zamindar (MRED ’17)
- Billy Cundiff (MRED ’16)
- Josiah Byrnes (MRED ’10)
How to apply
Start your journey on the right foot: Join us for an upcoming event to learn more about the W. P. Carey MRED, and take note of application deadlines and application materials.
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Oct. 1, 2022
Dec. 1, 2022
Round III (Priority international)
Feb 1, 2023
Round IV (Priority)
April 1, 2023
Round V (Final)
July 1, 2023
Note: Applications for Fall 2023 admission will be accepted on a rolling basis until July 15, 2023.
Cost and financial aid
The W. P. Carey School of Business offers one of the most affordable MRED programs ranked in the top 30 by U.S. News & World Report.
Fall 2023 admits
Estimated tuition and fees
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The W. P. Carey Career Services Center helps you tell your story through individualized support and targeted resources. Our dedicated team of experienced professionals will assist you in defining career goals, implementing job search strategies, and leveraging your degree.