Skilled property professionals are involved in property development, valuation, and investment, property analysis, and residential and commercial real estate sales.
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.
Completing this major can give you the necessary educational requirements to qualify for Australian Property Institute membership at the Certified Practising Valuer level, after an approved period of further industry training.
This major sits within the Bachelor of Commerce degree. To apply for this major, you will apply for the Bachelor of Commerce.
Please refer to the handbook for additional course overview information.
What jobs can the Property Development and Valuation lead to?
- 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
- apply principles of property analysis, valuation, finance, economics, information systems, statistics, law and behavioural science as they relate to analysis and valuation of property
- critically analyse issues in data collection, recording and reporting of property market activity
- locate, extract and critically appraise information related to property market activity from sources within an organisation and from external sources
- relate the significance of commercial events and issues within property markets and the business community using structured financial communication and appropriate language
- use electronic resources to interrogate databases, analyse data, collect information and communicate
- take responsibility for self directed learning and the development of a career long attitude of continuing professional development;
- recognise the global nature of the property industry by applying relevant international property standards and appreciate the information requirements of a global financial system
- demonstrate an understanding that cultural practices and differences impact commercial practices and interpersonal relations
- apply an ethical approach to analysing commercial activities and advising clients, demonstrate leadership and the ability to delegate tasks to ensure timely outcomes, work independently to achieve agreed outcomes