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Karen Gibler, Associate Professor at Georgia State University, joins Michael Bull in Studio One to discuss the real estate degree programs at GSU's Robinson School of Business. Discussions include GSU's specialized training in programs like Argus, CoStar, and REA as well as some of the internships and career advancement programs available.
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