The USC Ross Program in Real Estate is a comprehensive educational program for the working professional to elevate their skills and expand their understanding of real estate development and investment.
The USC Ross Program in Real Estate is a comprehensive educational program for the working professional to elevate their skills and expand their understanding of real estate development and investment, while building the networks necessary to succeed in urban renewal. The nine-day program will be held between November 11- December 4. Click here to download a pdf overview of the program.
Courses are taught by faculty from the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, Marshall School of Business, School of Policy Planning and Development, as well as local industry experts and professionals from the Bay Area. Through the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, the Ross Program in Real Estate has trained over 600 participants who have played key roles in significant commercial, mixed-use, and housing developments throughout the nation.
Orientation: November 3
Week 1: November 11-13
Week 2: November 18-20
Thanksgiving Break: November 25-27
Week 3: December 2-4
Graduation Gala & Case Competition: December 9
• Kofi Bonner, Executive Vice President, Lennar Corporation
• Carol Galante, Deputy Assistant Secretary, HUD
• Jeff Heller, President, Heller Manus Architects
• Linda Mandolini, Executive Director, Eden Housing
• Fred Blackwell, Executive Director, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
• Tom Sullivan, Managing Partner, Wilson Meany Sullivan
• Michael Covarrubias, Chairman & CEO, TMG Partners
Charles Schwab, Urban Habitat, Eden Housing Inc., Contra Costa County Redevelopment Agency, Morrison & Foerster, San Francisco Housing Development Corporation, Perkins + Will, Pacific Union Real Estate
• Real Estate Finance - Investment and Development
• Public Private Partnerships
• Opportunities and Challenges in Sustainable Development
• Bay Area Community Development Challenges and Successes
Vice President Bay Area Family of Funds
November 20 - December 4, 2009