I finally found that Master Degree related to Real Estate that I want to enroll in. The University of Denver, Daniels College of Business, has an Executive Master of Science in Real Estate and the the Built Environment. I am looking to get the additional 15 college credit hours needed so that I can teach Real Estate along with Business courses at a University some time into the future. In addition to Real Estate Development and Capital Markets courses, the program has a strong Construction Management component. It is a much longer program than a typical Masters degree. I don't really mind that since it touches all the bases of information that I am looking for to add to my resume. My eventual goal is to raise capital and venture into launching a development company that builds master planned communities and pushes smart growth onto City / County planning departments. We have to build smarter. The current way of development is not leading communities to better lifestyles.