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Rutgers announces certificate program in real estate development, redevelopment

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Rutgers University, through its Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate and Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, is offering a new graduate certificate in real estate development and redevelopment, it announced recently.

Registration for the spring 2017 semester is open through Jan. 17 at the Newark campus, the university said in a news release.

The program will take a multifaceted approach, including courses in topics such as land use planning, property tax regimes, urban redevelopment and more, the university said, enabling students to effectively develop or redevelop sites and contribute value to their communities.

“The Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate was established to provide students with the most important and current skills in the field of real estate,” Morris Davis, the Paul V. Profeta Chair and academic director of the center, said in a prepared statement. “This certificate focuses on the theories, methods, practical skills and contextual knowledge needed to work at high level within the industry. This innovative and interdisciplinary program integrates existing coursework offered at the esteemed Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the Center for Real Estate, providing students with an important skillset and knowledge of estate for future careers in real estate, public planning and urban design.”

The program is currently open to Rutgers’ master of city & regional planning and MBA students.

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