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BOND UNIVERSITY

BOND UNIVERSITY

BACHELOR OF

PROPERTY


BACHELOR OF PROPERTY

CRICOS Course Code: 078181A

Duration: 2 years full-time (6 semesters).

Flexible part-time options available for

Australian students.

Starting: January, May, September

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent, or Bond

College certificate.

INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

The global property market provides a variety of career

opportunities for graduates in the property valuation,

development and management sectors. Graduates that

can demonstrate well-developed cognitive, technical

and communication skills and the ability to select and

apply methods and technologies relevant to professional

practice are highly sought after in the field of property.

With climate change a primary concern to most

organisations, up to date qualifications in sustainability

are also highly regarded.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The structure of the Bachelor of Property is based on

24 theoretical and practical subjects. This program

is designed in close consultation with prominent

industry professional boards to ensure the integrity and

contemporary relevance of the degree.

All classes in this degree are delivered Monday to

Wednesday. This provides you with the opportunity

to schedule work and study, or participate in work

experience.

University Core Subjects (4)

Bond University graduates are distinguished in the

workplace by their superior leadership, communication

and entrepreneurial abilities. These abilities are fostered

through our unique Core Skills Program:

One subject from each of the following categories:

• Communication Skills

• Knowledge and Critical Thinking

• Leadership, Initiative and Teamwork

• Responsibility

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

This program covers a comprehensive range of subjects

within the property development and management

industry, including construction practices, feasibility

studies, finance, investment and valuation, property

markets, sustainable development and urban

development.

This degree provides the opportunity to specialise in

Property Valuation.


Bachelor of Property Subjects (17)

• Asset and Facilities Management

• Economics of Sustainable Development

• Feasibility Analysis

• Introduction to Accounting

• Land Economy and the Environment

• Managing Projects

• Planning Process

• Principles of Property Valuation

• Property Agency and Marketing

• Property Development

• Property Finance and Taxation

• Property Investment and Valuation

• Real Estate Property Rights

• Sustainable Development and Society

• Understanding Buildings 1

• Understanding Buildings 2

• Capstone Project

The final semester of this program is highlighted by an

industry based capstone project which integrates the full

range of topics covered during the degree.

Electives (3)

You may select three electives offered by the Institute or

other faculties at Bond University.

> Property Valuation Specialisation

You may use two electives to specialise in Property

Valuation. Completion of these subjects will result in

recognition by the Australian Property Institute (API), and

additional career opportunities in the property industry.

PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES

This degree will provide you with a dynamic range of

career pathways in the property industry. Opportunities

include property valuation, property development, project

management, investment, finance, portfolio management,

asset and facilities management and research. Graduates

are also equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of

sustainable development, and will be able to seek work

anywhere in Australia or around the world.

PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION

Students graduating with a Bachelor of Property are

internationally recognised by the Royal Institution of

Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Graduates of this program will also be recognised by

the Australian Property Institute (API) for Associate

Membership with Certified Property Practitioner

Certification (CPP).

Students who complete the relevant Property Valuation

subjects as electives will qualify for certification with the

Australian Property Institute as a Certified Practising

Valuer with the Valuers Registration Board of Queensland,

and New South Wales Fair Trading (conditional on meeting

professional practice requirements).

Students must select (compulsory for API accreditation):

• Commercial Valuation

• Specialist and Statutory Valuation


Darwin

Office of Future Students

Bond University

Gold Coast Queensland 4229

Australia

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Brisbane

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Sydney

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Toll free: 1800 074 074

Phone: 07 5595 2222

Fax: 07 5595 1015

Email: information@bond.edu.au

(within Australia)

Phone: +61 7 5595 1024

Fax: +61 7 5595 1015

Email: international@bond.edu.au

(from overseas)

www.bond.edu.au/isda

CRICOS Provider Code 00017B

The information published in this document is correct at the

time of printing (July 2013). However, all programs are

subject to review by the Academic Senate of the University

and the University reserves the right to change its program

offerings and subjects without notice. The information

published in this document is intended as a guide and

persons considering an offer of enrolment should contact

the relevant Faculty or Institute to see if any changes have

been made before deciding to accept their offer.

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