Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
A Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate is concerned with property valuation, development and market analysis. Students will learn about different subjects that include law, economics, marketing and accounting. In this way, graduates will be able to work in different positions within the Real Estate industry.
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You will develop your competency to identify, analyse and resolve problems relating to business in general, and property and valuation in particular. The... [+]
Bachelor of Applied Science (Property and Valuation)
Property is about more than just houses. Property decisions can lead to major allocations of resources (land, labour and capital). Having a good understanding of property fundamentals including valuation, development and property investment markets is critical to successfully gain employment.You will 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.Almost four decades of experience in property education has given RMIT an ability to gauge what is occurring within the property professions. The skills that employers and professional bodies seek are well reflected within this program. Staff members are heavily involved with the professional bodies and regularly liaise with industry and employers.As a property professional you will understand the features and characteristics of the diverse range of property types and property investment instruments.... [-]