Admission to the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) Program is competitive, with approximately 50-60 students admitted per year. Admission is based on a number of factors including the applicant’s GMAT score, academic record, work experience and fit with our program core values. A preferred candidate for combination bachelors/MSRE admission has taken and excelled in REE 3043 (Real Estate Analysis, offered only in the Fall), attends our Ring Speaker Series presentations, is active in the Real Estate Society and has worked at least one commercial real estate internship. Applications from students inside and outside of the Warrington College of Business are encouraged.
Our typical combination student has:
- A 3.4 GPA or better (excels in FIN 3403 Business Finance, REE 3043 Real Estate Analysis & QMB 3250 Statistics for Business, or similar upper division Statistics course)
- If a combination student has taken REE3043 and REE4303 with an A- or higher, then they are exempt from REE6045 (REE6045: Intro to RE)
- QMB3250 with an A- or higher, are exempt from taking QMB5304, however, must replace credits with a Grad elective course.
- A GMAT score of 600 or higher
- Or GRE score of 310 or higher.
- Completed a Commercial Real Estate internship
- If you need help locating a CRE internship, please email Kim Beach
Graduate Admission Requirements
To be completed in the final term of your undergraduate program with your MSRE Combination Degree advisor.
Admission to the Combination Degree program does not constitute admission to the UF Graduate School. To continue with the program after earning the Bachelor’s degree, Combination Degree students must meet the Graduate School’s admissions requirements. To be eligible for graduate admission, students must:
- Earn a Bachelor’s degree with an upper division GPA of 3.0 or above
- Complete the online graduate admission application for the MSRE program and pay the application fee by the posted deadline
Note: The application will calculate the upper division GPA (based on 60 credit hours and beyond)
- Barring unusual medical circumstances or other unanticipated events, a gap of more than two semesters (including summer) between completing the bachelor’s degree and beginning the master’s degree is not permitted.
- The graduate admission application should be completed after the Bachelor’s degree application has been submitted
- Have no conduct flags that disqualify them from graduate admission
- Submit all required combination degree paperwork by posted deadlines
- Earn at least a “B” or better in any graduate course in order for it to count toward their Master’s degree
Note: All applicants are required to submit the Information for Residency Classification when they apply to Graduate School. Learn more about Establishing Residency for Tuition Purposes.