Current UF law students may earn a Dual JD/MSRE degree.
- Double count 12 credits between programs
- 22 total credits to earn MSRE
- Saves time & money
Fundamentals of Real Estate Development exposed me to numerous professionals in a variety of real estate fields. The professional lectures exposed me to the different realms of real estate and peaked my interest in areas that I have not considered.”
JD/MSRE, Class of 2021
Program at a Glance
Tuition: In-state: $11,680 | Out-of-State: $27,623
(Additional university fees may apply. Prices subject to change.)
Start Terms: Summer, Fall, or Spring
Classes Meet: In person
The Levin College of Law and the Warrington College of Business support a dual degree program. This unique program allows students to complete both the Juris Doctor and the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) degrees in three years.
Thirty-four credit hours are required to complete the MSRE degree. However, Dual Degree students may obtain their Master’s Degree in Real Estate by completing, just 22 hours of Real Estate course work in the business school. Twelve credit hours of law classes satisfy the remaining 12 hours of coursework. Dual degree students typically do full-time legal internships during the summer and do not take MSRE classes.
Law school applicants must apply to the MSRE program before the end of their fourth law school semester. However, earlier applications are encouraged as they allow more time to schedule and complete the required 22 hours of Real Estate coursework.
Early enrollment also allows accepted Dual degree students to access the Bergstrom Center’s Advisory Board and participate in Bergstrom Center activities.