In this major, you will cover economics, finance, law, construction, sustainability and investment analysis. An industry-focused teaching structure means you’ll be taught by experienced industry professionals and researchers.
In your final year, you will undertake a three-week practical placement under the guidance of a fully qualified Australian Property Institute member.
The Property Development and Valuation Extension major comprises the Property Investment and Development major and an embedded specialisation in Commercial Property and Valuation.
If you wish to learn about property as part of a double major with another discipline area, you should instead select the Property Investment and Development major as your primary major.
This major sits within the Bachelor of Commerce degree. To apply for this major, you will apply for the Bachelor of Commerce.
- Commercial sales agent
- Investment analyst
- Property developer
- Property finance professional
- Property manager
- Asset management
- Banking and investment
- International property
- Property development
- State and local government
What you'll learn
- identify, understand, apply and analyse property related issues and their impacts on national and international commercial and residential property markets
- communicate commercial and residential property development, investment and valuation analysis professionally and in ways that are responsible and appropriate for local, national and international business contexts
- distinguish, identify and apply available technologies and methodologies to investigate property related issues, particularly valuation and development, in ways that demonstrate critical thinking and responsible judgement
- apply acquired skills individually and in a group to facilitate the understanding and solution of residential and commercial property related issues in a professional and ethical manner while appreciating the importance and impact of cultural diversity on making decisions.
- understand the implications and potential impacts of current developments, as well as identify new developments, in commercial and residential property and integrate available strategies into the existing body of knowledge