Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Property is a unique course not only designed to develop your property skills within a broad business context, but to pursue a career in financial planning with its accredited financial planning major. The course is also accredited by the Australian Property Institute as providing the educational requirements necessary to practice as a professional property valuer and property practitioner. Students will develop a working knowledge and understanding of property law, contract law, business finance, property economics, property and asset management, construction and property investment and finance. The course has been developed in consultation with industry professionals to ensure it meets the latest industry standards and expectations. The skills and knowledge that students will develop during their studies are highly sought after by employers.
24 units (144 credit points)
- Financial planning
Standard entry requirements
Year 12 or equivalent. English language requirements apply.
Australian Property Institute (API); Queensland Valuers Registration Board. Students will be able to apply to the API for certification after completing the required Approved Professional Experience. Certifications are available as follows: Certified Practising Valuer (CPV); Certified Property Practitioner (CPP); Certified Property Manager (CPM); Certified Funds Manager (CFM); Certified Asset Manager (CAM); Certified Facilities Manager (CFacM).
Interim awards: Diploma of Financial Planning, Diploma of Property, Associate Degree in Financial Planning, Associate Degree in Property; Exit awards: Diploma of Financial Planning, Diploma of Property, Associate Degree in Financial Planning, Associate Degree in Property. Students may wish to continue their studies through postgraduate coursework including Graduate Certificate in Management, Graduate Certificate in Project Management, Graduate Certificate in Social Innovation up to Master level in project management.
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Recommended study: English, Maths.