Master of Property Development and Planning

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00099F

This course is designed for both property and planning practitioners, and graduates in related fields who wish to extend their qualifications and expertise in property development and planning. Graduates have a commitment to professionalism in the property and planning sector. This course is for property and planning professionals who want to upgrade their qualifications or expertise or for those who wish to enter the property and planning industries. In their first year students develop an understanding of how to balance private and public interests in urban development, how urban economies work, how urban design and sustainability principles are applied, and how development feasibility is assessed.

Structure

Students must complete 96 credit points made up of 78 credit points of core subjects and 18 credit points of electives.

Subjects

  • Property development and planning

Standard entry requirements

  • UTS recognised bachelor degree, or equivalent, at a pass level from one of the following disciplines: geography, economics, architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, geographic information science (GIS), law, environmental science, community development, property economics, planning, management and commerce, building, property and valuation
  • Or a UTS recognised bachelor degree at a pass level in an unrelated discipline, plus a minimum of 2 years' work experience in a profession associated with urban planning or property. Applicants need to provide a 3-page CV outlining their work experience, or a UTS Graduate Diploma in Property Development at credit level or a UTS Graduate Diploma in Planning at credit level.

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
City International: $60,000 No No information available

Further information

Career options include positions in planning at local, metropolitan, and regional level, and property development in the private and public sectors.

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