At the Melbourne School of Design, the teaching of the Property discipline is focused on real-world projects from across the full property and development cycle, allowing students to develop and build on expertise in valuation, property development and property management. There are opportunities to incorporate professional experience, and to proceed to further studies as a PhD candidate.

Property, in the context of our broad built environment scholarship, is taught and researched to expand the industry's understanding of and skills in property ownership, transaction, feasibility, funding and investment, development, management and occupation of land and buildings.

Our researchers, academic teaching staff and students focus on economics, investment and finance, market research, feasibility, development, valuation and management, construction, urban planning, and law.

Our students learn about contemporary planning issues, including political and strategic issues, as well as statutory trends in the property discipline, and how the application of design and construction practices can add value to property investments and developments.

Programs in Property


Undergraduate study in Property is taught through the Bachelor of Design.

Study the Bachelor of Design (Property major)


Find out about the coursework and research programs in Property: