You will gain an understanding of complementary disciplines such as economics, market research, construction, urban planning and law.

In your first and second year, you will complete subjects that are prerequisites for your major as well as other design core and elective subjects.

In your third year, you will complete property case studies and capstone studies in design and property studio for specialised knowledge of property.

Double major options

  • Civil Systems
  • Computing
  • Construction
  • Digital Technologies
  • Graphic Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Mechanical Systems
  • Performance Design
  • Spatial Systems
  • Urban Planning

Graduate study pathways

Once you have completed the Bachelor of Design with a major in Property, you will need to complete the two-year Master of Property or a Graduate Diploma in Property Valuation plus additional professional experience in order to become a registered property valuer.

Breadth studies

Breadth is a unique feature of the Melbourne Model. It gives you the chance to explore subjects outside your core studies or your major, developing new perspectives and learning to collaborate with others who have different strengths and interests — just as you will in your future career.

Some of our students use breadth to explore creative interests or topics they have always been curious about. Others used breadth to improve their career prospects by complementing their major with a language, communication skills or business expertise.

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