Property Economics

Study mode:Full-time Languages: English Duration:3 years
Foreign:$ 21.2k / Academic year(s) Deadline: Jan 16, 2022
StudyQA ranking:417

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QUT offers one of the few specialised property courses in Australia. Property economics at QUT is concerned with all aspects of property: investment, asset management, development, valuation and research, with a focus on finance and the commercial property market sector. You will gain hands-on, practical experience to supplement your theoretical knowledge.

In line with faculty priorities, this course has a focus on sustainable development and environmental and energy efficiency in all forms of property.

The flexible structure of the course enables you to choose a second specialisation or groups of minor units to match your career aspirations and personal goals. This maximises your employment opportunities, offering breadth of knowledge and a real focus based on your unique study plan. 

The QUT Bachelor of Property Economics degree consists of 288 credit points (24 units) arranged as follows:

a) 72 credit points (6 units) of Property Economics Core units, which includes a Work Integrated Learning unit that requires completion of 30 days of workplace learning.

b) 120 credit points (10 units) of Property Economics discipline units

c) 96 credit points of complementary studies comprising of either a Second Major (8 unit set) or two Minors (4 unit set each).

Property Economics Core units

  • Understanding the Built Environment 
  • Imagine Property
  • Economics
  • Residential Construction
  • Urban Development Law
  • Land Use Planning
  • Building Big
  • Experience Property 
  • Market Analysis 
  • Money and Wealth 
  • Asset Performance 
  • Property Investment Analysis

Second Majors

  • Urban Development Construction
  • Urban and Regional Planning 
  • Accountancy
  • Applied Economics and Finance 

Minors

  • Administration in Construction
  • Building Economics
  • Property Valuation Accreditation
  • Residential Construction
  • Urban and Regional Planning
  • 1 Year Bachelor degree or other recognised post-secondary studies with pass grades
  • Maths A, B or C
  • Formal identity papers, like your passport, national identity card and student visa
  • Include the original copy of your IELTS or TOEFL test results.You can provide your IELTS Test Report form number, and international admissions can verify your results online.If you complete the TOEFL test, you can have your results sent directly to QUT. Our institution code is 9778.
  • Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship (Academic)
  • Equity scholarships scheme
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