Master of Construction Management/Master of Property

  • CRICOS code: 105517J

What will I study?


Your studies will focus on five key knowledge areas of property: finance, economics, evaluation and investment, property management and law and planning, giving you a comprehensive oversight of the discipline and enabling a path towards generalised vocational work or specialisation. A unique aspect of the course is the ‘International Property Development’ subject, allowing students to experience markets and market players first-hand through their interactions and case studies.

Simultaneously, you will study several core and elective subjects as a construction management student, enabling you to focus on a chosen area of construction management specialisation. Regardless of whether you are starting your career in construction or coming from industry to further develop your expertise, you will find a specialisation that suits your career aspirations.

Explore the subjects you could choose as part of this degree in the University handbook.


Laurence Ritchie

“A construction manager needs to have a good understanding of a wide range of different topics to succeed in their role. While it is vital that they understand the construction processes occurring on site, they must also have a sounds understanding of fields such as accounting, law, architecture, and engineering, not to mention softer skills such as leadership, empathy, and communication.” Laurence Ritchie. Master of Construction Management student.

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