Program & Curriculum

Real estate study at the Kellogg School is greatly enhanced by the school's proximity to Chicago. The city is home to some of the nation's most successful entrepreneurs in real estate development, financing and investment — a natural laboratory for the study of real estate.

In addition to the courses we offer, the Real Estate Program also gives students opportunities throughout the year to learn from leaders in the field. Each year, we sponsor an academic conference that explores current challenges and opportunities in real estate, an executive speaker series, a distinguished alumni panel, and a host of professional guest speakers.



Real Estate Course Offerings

Faculty Member Title Name of Course
Richard Mattoon Lecturer of Real Estate Urban Economic Development and Real Estate Market Analysis (REAL-443-0)
Rafael Carreira Lecturer of Real Estate Real Estate Development (REAL-444-0)
Robert Winter Lecturer of Real Estate Real Estate Development (REAL-444-0)
David Dana Associate Dean for Academic Affairs: Faculty and Research
Professor of Law, Northwestern School of Law
Professor of Management & Strategy (Courtesy)
Legal Issues In Real Estate (REAL-447-0)
William Bennett Lecturer of Real Estate Real Estate Lab (REAL-916-0) and Real Estate Entrepreneurship (REAL-925-0)
Therese McGuire Director, Guthrie Center for Real Estate Research and Real Estate Program Real Estate Lab (REAL-916-0) and Public Economics for Business Leaders: State and Local Policy (KPPI-480-0)
Jacques Gordon Lecturer of Real Estate International Real Estate (REAL-922-B)
Craig Furfine Clinical Professor of Finance Real Estate Finance and Investments (FINC-454-0) and Real Estate Finance and Investments II (FINC-455-A)