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PROP19002 Property & Asset Management

Course details

Historically, property management was limited to day-to-day operational and administrative tasks associated with the functioning of commercial property. However, the holding and use of real property has emerged over the past several decades (and continues to develop) as a critical component of corporate strategic asset management. It is now widely recognised that corporate investment objectives can only be achieved through management that maximises the value of all asset classes, including the property portfolio held by a corporate entity.

This has resulted in a hierarchical approach to property asset management, from corporate real estate management, through facilities management to routine operational management. This course will provide you, as a prospective property professional, with a clear appreciation of the functions, roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders at the various levels of the property asset management hierarchy within the broader context of the economic, legal, physical and financial parameters that govern the property industry.

As an advanced unit, this course builds on, and assumes basic competencies garnered from the courses, you the student have already completed in the Bachelor of Property program.

Course at a glance
Career: Undergraduate
Credit points: 6
Requisites: ACCT11059, COIS11011, LAWS19035
Student Contribution Band: 3A
EFTSL: 0.12500
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2009 Term Two FLEX
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