Updating Results

Bachelor of Property

  • Bachelor

The Business School's Bachelor of Property is a specialist degree that equips you with the skills, mentors and experience for a range of careers in the property sector. You will gain skills and knowledge in marketing, management, valuation, finance and investment, development and building surveying.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor
Duration
3 years full-time
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Feb, Jul
Domestic Fees
$6,800 per year

About this course

The Business School's Bachelor of Property is a specialist degree that equips you with the skills, mentors and experience for a range of careers in the property sector. You will gain skills and knowledge in marketing, management, valuation, finance and investment, development and building surveying. The programme has strong links to the property industry, and you will develop professional connections right from the start. Through the BProp's successful buddy programme, you will receive mentorship from a senior property professional and have industry networking opportunities throughout the programme.

Study locations

City

Course structure

The BProp is a three-year degree programme. You will need to complete 24 courses (360 points).

In your first year, you will complete a new, integrated set of core courses, experiencing the multi-disciplinary environment that businesses operate in, as well as two introductory courses in Property.
 

The second and third years comprise more specialised property courses, including valuation, finance and investment, economics, law, land use planning and controls, marketing, management, and building construction.

In your third year, you will complete a capstone course, which will give you an opportunity to apply your skills and knowledge in a practical context that can be shown to employers.
 

The degree fulfils the academic requirements for membership of professional bodies such as the Valuers Registration Board, Property Institute of New Zealand, Real Estate Institute of New Zealand and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (UK).