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Breadth TrackYear: 2019

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Overview

This breadth track for students qualifies students to apply for a 200-point (two-year) Master of Property.

Subject Options

Breadth track for Bachelor of Commerce students ( B-COM)

This breadth track is suitable only for Bachelor of Commerce students as some of the subjects assume background economics knowledge.

Code Name Study period Credit Points
PROP20002 Design and Property Principles
Semester 1
12.5
PROP20003 Design and Property Industry Studies
Semester 2
12.5
PROP30001 Valuation of Land and Buildings
Semester 1
12.5
PROP30002 Sustainable Management of Design Assets
Semester 2
12.5

Optional Subjects

The following subject allow students to deepen their understanding of how the Property Industry operates, how the Construction Industry relates to, and integrates with, Property decisions.

Code Name Study period Credit Points
ABPL30059 Property Case Studies
Semester 1
12.5

Note: Design and Property Industry Studies (PROP20003) is required as prerequisite to Property Case Studies (ABPL30059)

Breadth track for Non-Commerce students

Code Name Study period Credit Points
PROP10001 Economics and Cities
Semester 2
12.5
PROP20002 Design and Property Principles
Semester 1
12.5
PROP20003 Design and Property Industry Studies
Semester 2
12.5

Optional Subjects

The following two subjects allow students to deepen their understanding of how the Property Industry operates, how the Construction Industry relates to, and integrates with, Property decisions

Code Name Study period Credit Points
PROP30002 Sustainable Management of Design Assets
Semester 2
12.5
ABPL30059 Property Case Studies
Semester 1
12.5

What is a Breadth Track?

A breadth track is a sequence of three or more subjects (taken as part of a Melbourne Bachelor degree) that progressively develops knowledge and skills relevant to a coherent domain, theme, topic or issue. It is a suggested set of subjects, rather than a requirement.

Last updated: 2 September 2019