The new criteria imposed by the Bolonia process has initiated the definition and design of Masters programs in the Spanish University system. We propose a master on Valuation and Real Estate, two disciplines unknown in our University context, as an example of post-graduated course with strong inter-disciplinarity. The structure is adapted to the professional requirements usually applied in Spain, with three main columns: economics (and business), construction technology and real estate law, most of them with intensive use of IT.