Real estate-related courses are listed below. These classes are offered at the Harvard GSD, other schools within Harvard University, and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. You may search and sort the table. Please note that course offerings often change, and new courses may be offered while some regular courses may not be offered each year. Thus, this list is subject to change as well as the availability of courses.
The schools are designated by the following acronyms:
GSD – Harvard Graduate School of Design
HBS – Harvard Business School
HKS – John F. Kennedy School of Government
HLS – Harvard Law School
MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The courses are divided into three broad categories.
For MDes degree required courses, please see GSD REBE requirements page.
Physical Design & Construction (PHY) – courses related to issues of design, construction, project management, sustainability, and the study of real estate typologies.
Finance & Deal Structuring (FIN) – courses related to financial analysis, capital markets, negotiation, entrepreneurship, leadership, law, and real estate organizations.
Urban Analysis (URB) – courses related to the study of the built environment, urban planning, politics, market analysis, and economics.
Students are subject to limited enrollment caps for courses offered both at the GSD and for cross-registration. For courses of limited enrollments, it is up to the instructor’s discretion on enrollment decisions. Each course title is linked to its specific website, which provides further details. However, please always check my.harvard website for specific information about each course. Listings are subject to change.