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Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

The University of Wisconsin's Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics is one of the oldest academic real estate programs in the world, and one of the best, consistently ranked as one of the top three real estate programs in the United States. The Department traces its history back to Richard T. Ely's 1925 program in Land and Public Utility Economics. Other renowned faculty from prior years include Richard U. Ratcliff, Richard B. Andrews, and James Graaskamp.

Among top real estate programs, UW is renowned for its breadth, awarding Bachelors, MBA, and Ph.D. degrees. All aspects of real estate are covered: finance, appraisal, development, asset management, market analysis, law and the regulatory environment, and urban land economics. Technical subjects are fully covered, but the curriculum also includes hands-on projects and substantial opportunities for travel and field work, in the U.S. and abroad. The Real Estate Club and the Alumni Association offer unparalleled opportunities to keep in contact with industry leaders.

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics is uniquely positioned to provide leadership to the real estate industry in the 21st century. Potential students looking for the most notable academic program, companies wishing to recruit the best talent in the industry, and real estate professionals looking to give back and connect with the next generation of professionals, are all encouraged to become a part of the Wisconsin real estate tradition.

University of Wisconsin-Madison James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate

The Graaskamp Center administers the MBA real estate program. As part of the nationally respected real estate program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business, the center is able to enlist the assistance of faculty and top professional in the presentation of outstanding educational programs, conferences, real estate executive education courses and symposia on topics of relevance to the industry.

The Graaskamp Center services as the nexus between the University of Wisconsin-Madison's highly regarded Real Estate and Urban Land Economics Department and diverse elements of the real estate community for which a sophisticated and up-to-date understanding of urban land use and the real estate marketplace is an essential element of doing business.

School name:Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics
Address:5262 Grainger Hall, 975 University Avenue
Zip & city:WI 53706-1323 Wisconsin

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