Property

Bachelor of Environments

The Property major focuses on ownership, development, management, funding, investment, and occupation of land and buildings.

Course Plans

The Property major Handbook entry stipulates the complete requirements for the Property major.
Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.

Commenced 2016

Sample course plan for students commencing in Semester 1

Year 1
Semester 1

Changing Melbourne ***

Constructing
Environments OR Understanding the Built Environment

Introductory Microeconomics #

Breadth

Year 1
Semester 2

Level 1 Environments elective

Level 1 Environments elective

Introductory Macroeconomics
(Recommended) # **

Breadth

Year 2
Semester 1

Design and Property Principles (Formerly
Principles of Property)

Principles of Property Valuation

Environments Elective

Breadth

Year 2
Semester 2

Design and Property Industry Studies (Formerly Construction Industry Studies - Property)

Finance for Built Environment (Formerly Investment and Finance for Property)

Environments Elective

Breadth

Year 3
Semester 1

Property Resource Analysis

Property Case Studies

Environments Elective

Breadth OR
Environments Elective

Year 3
Semester 2

CAPSTONE: Design and Property Studio (formerly Property Analysis Studio)

Sustainable Management of Design Assets (Formerly   Property Management)

Environments Elective

Breadth OR
Environments Elective

  First-year subjects   Enabling subjects   Major subjects   Elective subjects   Breadth subjects   Free points

*** Students who have not completed Changing Melbourne will complete ENVS10002 Reshaping Environments instead

# Subjects may be taken as breadth instead of Enabling in order to keep major options open

** Students are NOT required to complete recommended subjects in order to complete this major

Commenced Pre-2016

Students who commenced the Bachelor of Environments prior to 2016 should refer to the handbook entry for the year they commenced in conjunction with the 2013 handbook listings for Environments elective and Breadth subjects.


Environments Electives

Environments electives are subjects approved as Environments discipline subjects in the Bachelor of Environments. The full list of Environments electives is available here.

Breadth

Students should refer to the Bachelor of Environments Handbook entry for details of breadth requirements and to access a complete listing of available breadth subjects.

Breadth restrictions in the Property major

Students undertaking the Property major are not permitted to take as breadth:

  • any Accounting subject
  • any Economics subjects - with the exception of ECON10004 Introductory Microeconomics and ECON10003 Introductory Macroeconomics
  • any Finance subjects
  • any Management subjects
  • Certain Construction subjects

Refer to the Property major Handbook entry for full details.