Real Estate Construction Administration and Development (RECAD)
This certificate provides students with a comprehensive, analytical, and practical understanding of real estate project management. Students enrolled in this program will be educated and trained on the roles and responsibilities of a real estate project manager. By integrating current and best practices of real estate project management into our curriculum, students will be immersed in engaging and interactive faculty-led classroom discussions on topics such as cost estimating, budgeting, construction methods and technology, construction contract law, blueprint reading, planning, finance, scheduling, management, and finance. Upon successfully completing the program, students will develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, empowering them to make informed decisions, and take on lead roles on the design and construction of residential and non-residential buildings, highways, streets, bridges, and other sustainable construction projects.
||Books & Materials
|Real Estate Construction Administration and Development (RECAD)
||$850.00 (not included in tuition)
8 weeks for 3 semesters
For International Students, the Real Estate Construction Administration and Development (RECAD) Certificate meets the 18 hours per week requirements mandated for I-20 Certificate of Eligibility and therefore allows students to apply for an F-1 Visa.
Upon completion of this rigorous program, students may apply for Practical Training, temporary employment directly related to the student’s field of study. Students may contact their International Student Advisor at Baruch’s International Student Service Center (ISSC) to discuss eligibility. Authorization for employment is not guaranteed.
Application Form and Fees
Completed application form with $525 credit card payment paid via a credit card, bank certified check or money order made out to Baruch College. This amount include a $125 non-refundable application fee and a $400 non-refundable tuition deposit that will be applied towards the cost of tuition.