Master's degrees

The W. P. Carey Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) delivers a transdiscipinary education that not only exposes you to insight from the areas of business, law, construction, and design, but also opens the door to a world of industry contacts.

Juggling work, a personal life and other responsibilities is difficult. And while returning to school might sound like an unwanted complication, the Online Master of Science in Management (MSIM) program at the W. P. Carey School of Business is designed to fit into your busy life.

Not sure what to include in a qualifications summary? Here are some tips to help build a winning written account for your grad school application.

Several W. P. Carey master's degree programs are designed for busy working professionals who need a high-quality degree and the flexibility to balance school with work and a personal life. But fitting in a W. P. Carey master’s degree requires some juggling, so here are some tips for fitting grad school into your life.

Graduation season opens up opportunities to spotlight some of the accomplishments of Department of Information Systems faculty and students. Our feature photo, right, is a group of students, with faculty advisor Daniel Mazzola, at the Spring Avnet Tech Games. This month's news also includes a glimpse of graduation, including a group shot of the first class of our Online MSIM to complete the program.