Rutgers to offer graduate certification in real estate

December 10, 2016

“We are excited to offer this certification in conjunction with the Rutgers Business School,” said David Listokin, a distinguished professor of urban planning and policy development at the Bloustein School. Clint Andrews, an associate dean at the Bloustein School, added: “We recognize that this program offers a high value, low cost way for students to expand their knowledge base and acquire additional skills that will help them both professionally and in development of sustainable communities that provide a high quality of life for residents. The reciprocal nature of this program is unique and offers students with expertise in design, land use, redevelopment and planning an exposure to developers’ perspectives. Students with real estate experience will receive an immersive experience in urban planning.”

MyCentralJersey.com, December 10

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