Traditional students can earn a master’s degree in 10 months, compared to the typical two-year program, minimizing your time out of the work force and maximizing your career growth potential.
Combined bachelor’s/MSRE degree students may qualify to use 12 hours of graduate coursework toward both their undergraduate and MSRE degree, at significant savings.
The costs at the following links reflect estimated expenses. Your costs may vary.
Professional Development Fee:
Students enrolled in Hough Masters programs pay a professional development fee which is used to develop key professional traits attractive to employers. Examples include team building activities, case competitions, career workshops, networking events, conferences and guest speakers. International students may pay a higher fee for workshops that address an introduction to the U.S. academic culture, working in teams, professional presentations and English writing skills appropriate for a business environment.
Combined Degree Students
The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship and/or Florida Prepaid will pay the undergraduate tuition rate for graduate courses. Students have to pay the difference between the undergraduate and graduate course costs.
To apply for federal student loans, please visit the U.S. Department of Education Free Application for Federal Student Aid website (international students will not be eligible for these).
Tuition is due per semester (2 modules), 2 weeks after the start of classes, and is based on the number of credit hours for which you are registered in that semester. Tuition fees are subject to change between academic years. Current per credit hour costs are provided by the University of Florida Financial Services Office.
Financial assistance is available from numerous sources. Interested parties should contact University of Florida Student Financial Affairs for more information.
In-State Tuition Reciprocity
The MSRE program is a participant in the Academic Common Market, a program created by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) to allow students from 16 Southern states to “study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college, while paying in-state tuition.” For more information, email the MSRE program.
Latin American-Caribbean (LAC) Scholarship for In-State Tuition
Full-time students from Latin America and the Caribbean (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands) who receive scholarships from the federal or state government qualify for in-state tuition. Please see the UF International Center’s information on the Latin American-Caribbean Scholarship and contact Debra Anderson, Coordinator of International Student Services at the UF International Center at 352-273-1501 or email Debra.
All accepted Master of Science in Real Estate students are considered for our Private Scholarship funds (these include the Bergstrom Center, FAR and Scarola scholarships). Other scholarship awards must be applied for by the applicant or student directly (Appraisal Institute, ULI, ICSC, FCI, FREC, PREA, BOE, FAMU Feeder Program, ACM, etc.).
Available Real Estate Scholarships include:
- Appraisal Institute Education Trust Scholarships (multiple)
- Asset Based Lending Scholarship (Deadline August 1st)
- Bergstrom Center Scholarship
- Calkain Real Estate Scholarship
- Campus Visitation Program
- CCIM Institute Scholarship (multiple)
- CREW Network Foundation Scholarship (Deadline April 30th)
- Davis Property Management Scholarship
- Downtown Apartment Company’s 2020 Scholarship Program (Deadline: December 1st)
- FAMU Feeder Program (Deadline April)
- The Florida Realtors Education Foundation Student Scholarship Program (FREF) (Deadline March)
- GDS Scholars (Deadline May)
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund
- International Council of Shopping Centers Education Foundation (ICSC) (multiple)
- Jacki Tuckfield Memorial Graduate Business Scholarship
- The Laura Bassi Scholarship (multiple deadlines)
- Pension Real Estate Association (PREA) Scholarship
- RENEW: Real Estate Network Empowering Women (Deadline April 5th)
- Rick Scarola Scholarship
- Society Of Real Estate Professionals (SOREP) Scholarship (Deadline March 31)