Advancing Real Estate Education

As a Center of Excellence within the School of Business Administration, the mission of the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate is to help recruit, educate and mentor our real estate students with the goal of facilitating their career pursuits in a socially responsible manner and with a global perspective.  We accomplish this mission through support of outstanding faculty and professional staff, dedicated career services, active industry involvement and outreach and cutting-edge research.

A Gateway to Careers in Real Estate

Our world-class faculty coupled with our extensive network of industry contacts provide our Master of Science in Real Estate and undergraduate students with a one-of-a-kind educational experience that positions them to compete at the highest levels. The Burnham-Moores Center has unparalleled connections within the San Diego real estate community and beyond, which we leverage to help our students launch their careers and alumni advance theirs.

Fostering Life-Long Connections

The bonds formed in our classrooms, within our committees and through our network of industry contacts provide a framework for lifelong and life-changing success. Each year, the Burnham-Moores Center brings together more than 2,000 academic, industry and civic professionals for invaluable networking and learning opportunities at our industry conferences and workshops.

News

Miller's Research on Housing Bubble Covered in Local, Regional Media

Research by Norm Miller, the Hahn Chair of Real Estate Finance, on the overhype of a …

Real Estate Students Quoted in GlobeSt.com

Victor Alfonso, vice president of Brixton Capital, and Jon Mesa, vice president of Wo…

Financial Times Ranks the School of Business Administration Third in the World for MBAs in Entrepreneurship

For the first time, the School of Business Administration at the University of San Di…

Events

Sep
12

Two-Day ARGUS Enterprise Training

9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Olin Hall 226

Sep
22

Breakfast at the BMC Lecture Series

7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice