The W. P. Carey School of Business Master of Real Estate Development wasn’t designed to simply give students knowledge about real estate. It was designed to teach the business of real estate and transform students into critically thinking, ethically minded industry leaders.
The Master of Real Estate Development program at ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business aims to develop professionals focused on environmentally respectful and socially responsible real estate projects.
When Robert Leonard (BA Business Communication, Minor Real Estate ’17, MRED ’18) finished his undergraduate studies at the W. P.
Julianna Jankowski was working in residential real estate when she decided she wanted to make a career pivot.
Even though Alex Boles worked in the real estate industry before coming to ASU, he credits the Master in Real Estate Development program at W. P. Carey for the ability to pivot and grow his career.
As Senior Director at New York City-based MCRE Partners, W. P. Carey alumna Kelley Blosser uses her Master of Real Estate Development degree to help her company navigate the post-COVID world of office building management.
Guillermo Gonzalez (MRED ’11), founder of Connecticut-based Gonzalez Advisory, began his career in architecture but wanted more experience in the business side of real estate. This desire led him to pursue a Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degree from ASU.
An ASU MRED alum explains how he and fellow advisory board members give back and help open doors for others in one of Arizona’s hottest industries.
Devin Beasley (MRED ’14), Executive Director of Self Storage at Cushman & Wakefield in Phoenix, Ariz., was inspired to pursue a new career in real estate when he observed the rapid growth and construction in his Brooklyn neighborhood.
Kaitlyn Fondano née Mulhollan (MRED ’16), Director of Development for Specialized Real Estate Group, draws on her holistic education from W. P. Carey to help create healthy, interconnected living communities in Northwest Arkansas.