Coursework

Master of Property/Master of Urban Planning

    • CRICOS Code: 105518H

    Where will this take me?

    Overview

    Accreditation

    The Master of Property and Master of Urban Planning meet the requirements of the professional associations listed below and both degrees undergo a regular formal review process to ensure the quality and relevance of each program.

    Property:

    • Australian Property Institute (API)
    • Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

    Urban Planning:

    • Planning Institute of Australia (PIA)

    Completing an accredited degree means you enter the workforce with a stamp of quality on your CV. In a competitive market, an accredited degree is an assurance of excellence to employers and an advantage for you. It also means we continually strive to improve the standard of the degree to retain accreditation, ensuring you receive the most relevant and innovative educational experience.

    Career outcomes

    The Master of Property / Master of Urban Planning double master degree provides graduates with a solid foundation for a future career in property, urban planning and the built environment, or provides a platform for students from industry to strategically develop expertise for further career development.

    "The theoretical framework of the Master of Property in conjunction with the practical implementation of professional work in the property industry provided me with synergies that helped to develop me as an individual and advance my career prospects. The opportunity for group work and information sharing between disciplines enhanced my interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with people from all different walks of life." Toby Wooldridge, Master of Property graduate, Coles Group
    “I think I had always been fascinated by the way that humans interact with each other, and the way that communities form and prosper. When I started my undergraduate degree, I was exposed to a lot of urban planning content, and I realised that this great field existed that would allow me to explore both elements of human geography, and physical design and organisation. I chose to pursue the Master of Urban Planning to build on this knowledge, as well as to learn some of the more practical skills that would be required to work as an urban planner.” Claudia Lombard, Master of Urban Planning graduate, Tract Consultants

    Once you have completed the double master degree, you will be well positioned to work for private  firms, government departments, local councils, institutional bodies, project management firms, research institutions, specialised consultancies, trade specialists or set up your own practice working on residential, commercial and institutional projects.

    The private and public sectors in Australia and internationally employ our graduates in an increasing range of areas, including urban planning, environmental and transport planning consultancy, property development, and housing and community advocacy. There are also opportunities in tertiary education and research.

    Some of the organisations our graduates work for are:

    • Caydon Property Group
    • CBRE
    • Cbus Property
    • Charter Keck Cramer
    • Colliers International
    • Cushman & Wakefield
    • Development Victoria
    • EY
    • Fontic Group
    • Frasers Property Australia
    • GURNER
    • ISPT
    • JLL
    • Knight Frank
    • Lendlease
    • Mirvac
    • Opteon
    • PDS Group
    • PWC
    • Savills
    • Slattery
    • Stockland
    • Urbis
    • Vicinity Centres
    • Department of Environment
    • Land
    • Water & Planning
    • City of Melbourne
    • Urbis
    • Victorian Planning Authority
    • Tract Consultants
    • Moreland City Council
    • Darebin City Council
    • SGS Economics and Planning
    • Wyndham City Council
    • Ethos Urban
    • City of Casey
    • City of Boroondara
    • GHD Woodhead
    • AECOM
    • Yarra City Council
    • Moonee Valley City Council
    • Parks Victoria
    • Hansen Partnership

    Our graduates work as:

    • Acquisitions Manager
    • Analyst
    • Asset Manager
    • Business Development Manager
    • Certified Practicing Valuer
    • Capital Markets Analyst
    • Contracts Manager
    • Commercial Real Estate Broker
    • Development Analyst
    • Facilities Manager
    • Project Manager
    • Fund Manager
    • Investment Manager
    • Leasing Executive
    • National Development Manager
    • Owners Corporation Manager
    • Project Development Manager
    • Senior Planner
    • Project Officer
    • Town Planner Urban and Regional Planner
    • Strategic Planner
    • Statutory Planner
    • Transport Planner
    • Planning Policy Advisor
    • Sustainability Coordinator
    • Precinct Planner
    • Policy Officer
    • Urban Planning and Design Consultant