Bachelor Programs in Real Estate Management

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Real Estate Management

Pursuit of a bachelor’s degree provides the opportunity for advanced instruction at the university level with emphasis in a selected field. The degree is required for entrance into many careers. Students may also use the bachelor’s degree as groundwork for continued studies at the master’s level.

 

What is a Bachelor in Real Estate Management? Managers of real estate are responsible for handling the property of others with the intent of maintaining value and maximizing earning potential. Students gain an understanding of valuation, development, management and brokerage. Sample courses include accounting and finance, marketing, leases, tenant relations, communications, contractual agreements, economics, and real estate law. Valuation skills are acquired through instruction in appraisal techniques, portfolio analysis, and trends that affect property values. Studies cover administration of residential and commercial properties, senior living, and affordable housing.

 

Benefits of the degree can be seen on a personal level as well as in career advancement. Individual growth is realized through development of analytical and interpersonal skills. Also, knowledge obtained in the program can be applied in students’ private lives to improve property decisions.

 

Program opportunities are available globally, varying in cost according to location and curriculum. To determine the best individual choice, students should explore the specifics of each option with their personal goals in mind.

 

Skills learned in pursuing a real estate management degree are in high demand in the workplace. Graduates are equipped for employment in several different areas. Careers are available in management and development, land use planning, surveying, real estate investment, and property valuation. Graduates are also qualified to act as consultants in leasing, marketing, investment planning, and acquisition and disposal of property. The list of prospective employers includes real estate firms, apartment complexes, public housing, vacation properties, commercial business towers, industrial parks, shopping centers and office parks.

 

To take the first step toward a challenging and rewarding career in real estate management, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

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BCom Hons in Property Evaluation and Management

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

The purpose of this programme is to strengthen students’ knowledge and comprehension in the disciplines of property valuation and management. The programme comprises a broad-based curriculum to prepare the postgraduate student for a wide range of property-related specialities. The curriculum includes topic areas ranging from property valuation and property law, to property finance and property management. [+]

Bachelors in Real Estate Management. The purpose of this programme is to strengthen students’ knowledge and comprehension in the disciplines of property valuation and management. The programme comprises a broad-based curriculum to prepare the postgraduate student for a wide range of property-related specialities. The curriculum includes topic areas ranging from property valuation and property law, to property finance and property management. The programme emphasises application, analysis and evaluation within each topic area as well as the application of integrity and ethics in a professional environment. Mastering of the curriculum will provide students with the skills to combine complex valuation, management, financial and legal principles in order to add value to the entities that employ them. The successful student will gain an overall property valuation and property management perspective which will provide them with a competitive advantage for employment and prepare them for further studies in this field. Admission requirements: A potential student must be in possession of a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) OR another relevant qualification assessed at New NQF level 7/Old NQF level 6. The department may require the completion of a bridging programme should students not comply with the rules of access regarding the specific subject knowledge in Property Valuation and Management. Final admission requirements will from time to time be set by the department. Contact details: Mr André Kruger / 011 559 2260 / akruger@uj.ac.za [-]