Student Experience

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.

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.

The b-school application process has several components. And while you can complete the majority of the application on your own, the letters of recommendation require a bit more time and consideration. These letters are a key opportunity to distinguish yourself from other candidates, so make sure to get the ball rolling as early as possible in the application process.

Trevor Thompson sheds light on two common misconceptions about studying abroad, after spending the summer in Europe.

This spring Microsoft Technical Evangelist Randy Guthrie and a colleague helped the 900-odd students in Matthew McCarthy’s Computer Information Systems 105 class build apps and load them into the Windows 8 store. CIS 105 is designed to introduce first-year students to the basic information technology knowledge they will need no matter what major they choose. The Microsoft apps project definitely turned some heads, and those students are taking a closer look at the CIS major, but it gave all students something immediately valuable. On their resumes they can now say they developed and marketed an app: in other words, they started businesses.