Graduate Level Needs and Opportunities in Real Estate

  • November 20, 1982
  • • Written by: Norman G. Miller Gregory P. Gardner 

Fall/Winter 1982, Vol 7, No 2

Abstract: Real estate professionals, especially appraisers, have been concerned in recent years about the growing proportion of feasibility studies and sophisticated real estate consulting that is being performed by market research and accounting firms instead of ‘traditional’ real estate firms. This raises the question of whether or not traditional real estate education is up-to-date with the needs of the market. This article reviews and compares existing graduate level real estate programs with a survey of a cross section of real estate firms.