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Business: Real Estate and Urban Land Economics
ABOUT THE BUSINESS: REAL ESTATE AND URBAN LAND ECONOMICS PROGRAM
The Wisconsin School of Business is proud to offer the innovative Global Real Estate Master (GREM) program. The GREM semester at the Wisconsin School of Business includes a multidisciplinary real estate curriculum taught by renowned academics and industry professionals drawing on over 100 years of Wisconsin history in real estate education. Completed graduate level foundation coursework, from a non-U.S. based institution, in economics, finance, accounting and real estate finance may apply toward
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Limited scholarships are available at departments discretion based on needs. Students must produce a 1-3 page statement of need for financial aid. The department chair determines if qualified.
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