Master of Real Estate Development

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Eccles Ranked a Top-25 School for Entrepreneurship Again

The David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah has been ranked as a top-25 school for entrepreneurship for the fourth straight year, according to a survey released today by the Princeton Review. The survey compares 2,000 graduate and undergraduate schools across the country based on a wide range of data including faculty, courses and activities outside the classroom.

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Students reflect on Real Estate Around the World experience

The Master of Real Estate Development program at the David Eccles School of Business has always been a unique entity in higher education.

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2014 Utah Real Estate Challenge winner at a Crossroads

The 2014 Utah Real Estate Challenge concluded an incredible year with a showdown between four finalists, with the Traedmark Enterprises team ultimately winning the judges’ favor with its Crossroads development concept.

The Traedmark Enterprises team of Christian Traeden, Matt Strong and Steve Brozo took home the $20,000 prize for their idea for a townhome and apartment complex. The teams were mentored by, and ultimately judged by, a group of industry professionals from all aspects of Utah real estate.

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New Graduate Certificate in Information Systems announced

The demand for business professionals who know about technology is growing by leaps and bounds—a trend that is especially pronounced on the “Silicon Slopes” of Utah—and the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah has created a new certificate program to help professionals and students advance their careers and enhance their technical proficiency.

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Featured Faculty

Danny Wall

Danny Wall is the Director of the MRED Program at the David Eccles School of Business and Associate Professor of Finance.  Danny comes to the University of Utah after about a decade in the real estate field, where he did appraisals, consulting, commercial lending, and commercial brokerage. He has spent the past seven years working full-time as an appraiser and consultant after jobs working in brokerage in Boise, lending in Denver, and as a product developer for Deckers Outdoor Corporation in California.

Keith Bartholomew

Keith Bartholomew is an Associate Professor in the University of Utah’s Department of City & Metropolitan Planning and is the Associate Dean of the College of Architecture + Planning.