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Master of Property

    • CRICOS Code: 061195A

    Course overview

    • 3 years full time / 6 years part time
    • Parkville campus located in the heart of Melbourne city
    • Available to domestic students
    • Start Year Intake - February and Mid Year Intake - July

    Overview

    The Master of Property is a professional program for graduates wanting to gain employment in the property industry. The Master of Property focuses on real-world projects which range across the full property and development cycle, preparing students for the realities of professional life. It allows students to develop and build on expertise in valuation, property development and property management.

    You will complete a range of core courses covering all the property fundamentals including:

    • Property development
    • Property law
    • Facility management
    • Advanced property analysis
    • Statutory valuation
    • Property agency and marketing
    • The economies of cities and regions

    You can then enhance this fundamental knowledge with six property electives and two cross-disciplinary courses from the relevant fields of urban design, urban planning, architecture and landscape architecture. This means you enter the workforce with a well-rounded knowledge base and the skills to work effectively in multidisciplinary project teams.

    If you are taking the three-year program, you will take five property subjects and three economics and commerce subjects before moving on to the final two years.

    Professional experience may contribute to professional accreditation requirements. There is also the opportunity to take research subjects which can lead to further studies as a PhD candidate.

    Flexible study

    The degree offers you flexibility. If you already have a three-year undergraduate degree in property, you can take a two-year program. If your first degree is not in property and you are making a career change, take the three-year program. Note that part-time study is only available to domestic students.