Queen's Real Estate Roundtable

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Real Estate at Queen's

Queen's campus buildings in the spring.Queen's campus buildings in the fall.

Queen’s University offers leading commercial real estate education at two levels of degree study. At the graduate level is the Land Use and Real Estate Development stream, the most popular of three possible streams within the two-year Master of Urban and Regional Planning program offered by the Department of Geography and Planning. Within that stream, students may choose from among several commercial real estate courses, dealing with land use, feasibility analysis, market analysis, development, municipal approvals and other key topics. The stream utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach. Several of the real estate courses are taught by Dr. John Andrew. The program includes a well-established and successful summer internship program, in which most students complete a paid internship in the industry during the May to August period between the two years of the program.

At the undergraduate level, COMM 309: Real Estate Management is the commercial real estate course within the four-year Bachelor of Commerce program offered by Queen’s University’s Smith School of Business. The course is taught by Dr. John Andrew. Year after year, the B.Comm. program is ranked as one of the best in Canada by multiple independent sources.

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