Master of Property Sample Course Plans

MC-PROP3Y Master of Property 300 points - Students commencing in 2014 and 2015

The MC-PROP3Y Master of Property 300 points handbook entry stipulates the complete requirements for the course. Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.

Commencing Mid-Year (students commencing in 2014 and 2015)

Year 1

Semester 2

ABPL90290 Fundamentals of Built Environment Law

ACCT90004 Accounting for Decision Making

ECON90015 Managerial EconomicsABPL90029 Construction Studies

Year 1

Semester 1

ABPL90274 Property Markets and ValuationsABPL90041 Property Law (PG)ABPL90026 Property DevelopmentABPL90246 The Economies of Cities and Regions

Year 2
Semester 2

FNCE90060 Financial Management

ABPL90011 Advanced Property Analysis

ABPL90045 Statutory Valuation (PG)

ABPL90275 Property Resources and Management

Year 2
Semester 1

ABPL90130 Planning Law & Statutory Planning

ABPL90363 Property Research and Analysis

Property Elective

Property Elective
Year 3
Semester 2

ABPL90031 Corporate Real Estate Management

ABPL90036 Property Investment

Property Elective

ABPL90362 Research Thesis - Property

OR

ABPL90364 Property Industry Internship

Year 3

Semester 1

ABPL90339 International Real Estate EconomicsMultidisciplinary ElectiveProperty ElectiveMultidisciplinary Elective
KEY  Core subjects   Property Elective subjects   Multidisciplinary elective subjects

Commencing Start-Year (students commencing in 2014 and 2015)

The first 100 points of the 300 point Property program consists of 8 core subjects as found in the sample course plan below. After the first year is completed, students complete the same subject combinations as students admitted into the 200 point program. This program is offered at the start year and mid year intake.

Year 1
Semester 1

ECON90015 Managerial Economics

FNCE90060 Financial Management

ABPL90130 Planning Law & Statutory Planning

ABPL90274 Property Markets and Valuations

Year 1
Semester 2

ABPL90290 Fundamentals of Built Environment Law

ACCT90004 Accounting for Decision Making

ABPL90275 Property Resources and Management

ABPL90029 Construction Studies

KEY  Core subjects   Property Elective subjects   Multidisciplinary elective subjects

MC-PROP2Y Master of Property 200 points

The MC-PROP2Y Master of Property 200 points handbook entry stipulates the complete requirements for the course. Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.

Commencing Mid-Year (students commencing in 2014 and 2015)

Year 1

Semester 2

ABPL90045 Statutory Valuation (PG)

ABPL90011 Advanced Property Analysis

Property ElectiveMultidisciplinary Elective

Year 1
Semester 1

ABPL90026 Property Development

ABPL90041 Property Law (PG)

ABPL90246 The Economies of Cities and Regions

ABPL90363 Property Research and Analysis

Year 2
Semester 2

ABPL90031 Corporate Real Estate Management

ABPL90036 Property Investment

Property Elective

Property Elective

Year 2

Semester 1

ABPL90339 International Real Estate Economics

ABPL90362 Research Thesis - Property

OR

ABPL90364 Property Industry Internship

Property ElectiveMultidisciplinary elective
KEY  Core subjects   Property Elective subjects   Multidisciplinary elective subjects

Commencing Start-Year (students commencing in 2014 and 2015)

Year 1
Semester 1

ABPL90026 Property Development

ABPL90041 Property Law (PG)

ABPL90246 The Economies of Cities and Regions

Property Elective

Year 1
Semester 2

ABPL90045 Statutory Valuation (PG)

ABPL90011 Advanced Property Analysis

Property Elective

Multidisciplinary Elective

Year 2
Semester 1

ABPL90339 International Real Estate Economics

ABPL90363 Property Research and Analysis

Property Elective

Multidisciplinary elective
Year 2
Semester 2

ABPL90031 Corporate Real Estate Management

ABPL90036 Property Investment

ABPL90362 Research Thesis - Property

OR

ABPL90364 Property Industry Internship

Property Elective

KEY  Core subjects   Property Elective subjects   Multidisciplinary elective subjects

Master of Property (200 points)

(Graduates from a semi-cognate background who have been admitted to the 2 year program) (Students commencing in 2014)

Year 1
Semester 1

ABPL90026 Property Development

ABPL90274 Property Markets and Valuations

ABPL90130 Planning Law & Statutory Planning

Property Elective

Year 1
Semester 2

ABPL90045 Statutory Valuation (PG)

ABPL90011 Advanced Property Analysis

ABPL90275 Property Resources and Management

ABPL90029 Construction Studies

Year 2
Semester 1

ABPL90339 International Real Estate Economics

ABPL90363 Property Research and Analysis

ABPL90246 The Economies of Cities and Regions

ABPL90041 Property Law (PG)

Year 2
Semester 2

ABPL90031 Corporate Real Estate Management

ABPL90036 Property Investment

ABPL90362 Research Thesis - Property

OR

ABPL90364 Property Industry Internship

Property Elective

KEY  Core subjects   Property Elective subjects   Multidisciplinary elective subjects

STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMMENCED THE MASTER OF PROPERTY IN 2013 OR PRIOR, PLEASE REFER TO THE SAMPLE PLANS BELOW

MC-PROP3Y Master of Property 300 points

The MC-PROP3Y Master of Property 300 points handbook entry stipulates the complete requirements for the course. Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.  When referring to the handbook, please look at the handbook entry for 2013.

Commencing Start-Year (Stream 1)

The first 100 points of the 300 point Property program consists of 8 core subjects as found in the sample course plan below. After the first year is completed, students complete the same subject combinations as students admitted into the 200 point program. This program is offered at the start year and mid year intake.

Year 1
Semester 1

ECON90015 Managerial Economics

FNCE90060 Financial Management

ABPL90130 Planning Law & Statutory Planning

ABPL90274 Property Markets and Valuations

Year 1
Semester 2

ABPL90290 Fundamentals of Built Environment Law

ACCT90004 Accounting for Decision Making

ABPL90275 Property Resources and Management

ABPL90029 Construction Studies

KEY  Core subjects   Property Elective subjects   Multidisciplinary elective subjects

MC-PROP2Y Master of Property 200 points

The MC-PROP2Y Master of Property 200 points handbook entry stipulates the complete requirements for the course. Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.  When referring to the handbook, please look at the 2013 handbook.

Commencing Start-Year

Year 1
Semester 1

ABPL90314 Property Agency and Marketing (PG)

ABPL90026 Property Development

ABPL90041 Property Law (PG)

ABPL90135 Analytical Methods

Year 1
Semester 2

ABPL90045 Statutory Valuation (PG)

ABPL90027 Facility Management (Masters)

OR

ABPL90027 LIfe Cycle Analysis and Sustainability

ABPL90011 Advanced Property Analysis

Property Elective

Year 2
Semester 1
ABPL90246 The Economies of Cities and Regions

Property Elective

Property Elective

Multidisciplinary elective
Year 2
Semester 2

Property Elective

Property Elective

Property Elective

Multidisciplinary elective
KEY  Core subjects   Property Elective subjects   Multidisciplinary elective subjects

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