ULI Houston is proud to support area real estate programs, providing memberships for faculty, advising on curriculum development, and offering students critically important interaction with established professionals working in the industry.
University of Houston Graduate Real Estate Program
Under the direction of longtime ULI national leader and founding member of ULI Houston District Council, John E. Walsh, Jr., the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston graduate degree program focuses on mastering the professional practice of real estate.
The ULI Houston District Council Chair serves on the Executive Advisory Board of the UH Graduate Real Estate Program, and the Real Estate Program Director serves on the Advisory Board of ULI Houston.
ULI Houston is a Founding Investor in the University of Houston C.T. Bauer College of Business Graduate Real Estate Program. The ULI Houston Merit Scholarship was established to promote excellence and assist UH in recruiting high achieving students.
Find out how your company can assist ULI Houston in building the future of real estate and support the UH Graduate Real Estate Program at the annual ULI Sporting Clays for Scholarships Fundraiser.
Contact Co-Chairs of the ULI Sporting Clays Classic: Jason Tramonte or David Haynes
For more information on the UH Graduate Real Estate Program , please visit online
Texas A&M University Real Estate Programs
The “Mentor for a Day” program is a unique and valued part of the annual ULI + Real Estate Center at Texas A&M Economic Forecast presented by Jones Lang LaSalle Capital Markets. Simply inviting an Aggie graduate student to share conversation over lunch offers experienced ULI members and graduate real estate students a relaxed, informal opportunity to pass on friendly words of wisdom and make vital industry connections.
ULI Houston members serve on the Development Industry Advisory Council for the Texas A&M Master of Science, Land Development program, sharing insight on curriculum and the competencies future employers require of new hires.
The District Council also partners with Texas A&M Faculty, students and alumni on collaborative research projects. Working together, ULI and institutions of higher learning can provide high-quality educational opportunities for students while generating meaningful and relevant research of interest to ULI members.
More information on the Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning at Texas A&M University is available here.
The Master of Real Estate Program in the Texas A&M Mays Business School can be visited online here
Visit The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, the nation’s largest publicly funded organization devoted to real estate research. The Center’s staff conducts research on financial, socioeconomic, public policy, trade, legal, land use and local market analysis issues related to real estate, and for more information, click here