Property and Valuation
The structure of the Property and Valuation programs allow you to specialise in areas of the property profession, while also gaining a broad understanding of property fundamentals including valuation and property investment markets. These programs develop your competency to identify, analyse and resolve problems relating to business in general, and property and valuation in particular. The word 'property' is used to link a number of related professions, all of which deal directly with property. The professions include property fund manager, property financier, land economist, asset manager and property developer etc.
Almost four decades of experience in property education has given RMIT an ability to gauge what is occurring within the property professions. Staff have been heavily involved in the professional bodies, and also liaising with employers. The skills that employers and professional bodies seek are considered to be well reflected within the program.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (Property) and the Bachelor of Applied Science (Valuation) is accredited by the Australian Property Institute (API) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and provides the academic base for membership.