Graduate Diploma of Property
Course summary for current students
|Year||2017 course information|
|Award granted||Graduate Diploma of Property|
This course map is for new students commencing from 2017.
If you require a copy of an older course map, please contact Business and Law Student Services.
|Campus||This course is only offered in Cloud (online) mode|
1 year full-time or part-time equivalent
|Deakin course code||M633|
|Approval status||This course is approved by the University under the Higher Education Standards Framework.|
|Australian Quality Framework (AQF) recognition||The award conferred upon completion is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework at Level 8.|
Please note: This course is only offered in Cloud (online) mode and is only available in Trimester 1 and 2
- Course overview
- Professional recognition
- Alternative exits
- Fees and charges
- Course Learning Outcomes
- Course rules
- Course structure
Boost your existing property knowledge with expertise in valuation and property development, or get the qualifications you need to start a new career in the property industry. Deakin’s Graduate Diploma of Property will prepare you for a range of roles including property development, property management and valuation.
The Graduate Diploma of Property has been designed for professionals such as architects, surveyors and construction managers looking to broaden their careers in the built environment. The course is also ideal for graduates with degrees in commerce, management or law disciplines wishing to move into the property field.
The course aims to develop and refine your core professional skills, particularly related to the fields of property development and valuation. You’ll establish an understanding of the various stakeholders in the property and real estate market, and how they collaborate to develop and manage property.
The course brings together a range of built environment disciplines, from sustainable construction to property management. There is a focus on sustainability and its economic, social and environmental relevance in the context of property development.
Other study areas include statutory valuation, property investment, property law and practice, property development, and advanced property valuation.
The Graduate Diploma of Property is recognised and professionally accredited by the Australian Property Institute (API). This accreditation ensures that the course is of the highest quality as required by the API.
The Graduate Diploma of Property is academically accredited for Certified Practising Valuer (CPV) and Certified Property Practitioner (CPP), providing there has been prior study in the knowledge field areas of:
- Finance and Accounting
- Commercial Law
- Property Economics or Economics
Professional association recognition means that your qualifications will be professionally recognised by employers and clients across Australia.
The Graduate Diploma of Property is recognised and professionally accredited by the Australian Property Institute (API). This accreditation ensures that the course is of the highest quality as required by the API. The Graduate Diploma of Property is academically accredited for Certified Practising Valuer (CPV) and Certified Property Practitioner (CPP), providing there has been prior study in the knowledge field areas of:
1. Finance and Accounting
2. Commercial Law
3. Property Economics or Economics
|Graduate Certificate of Property (M511)|
Fees and charges
Fees and charges vary depending on your course, your fee category and the year you started. To find out about the fees and charges that apply to you, visit the Current students fees website.
Course Learning Outcomes
|Graduate Learning Outcome||Course Learning Outcome|
|Discipline specific knowledge and capabilities||Employ specialised knowledge and apply professional, legal and ethical standards in the fields of property development, investment, property valuation, property management and sustainable construction, in private and commercial real estate markets, both nationally and internationally.|
|Communication||Prepare and communicate (orally, visually and in writing) complex property information and analysis to a range of stakeholders including investors, developers, regulators, clients and colleagues in order for informed decisions may be made.|
|Digital literacy||Use a range of advanced digitally based technologies in professional practice and scholarly activities within the property related environment.|
|Critical thinking||Critically analyse, evaluate and synthesise complex data and specialist information on property markets and indicators for the planning, design and development of commercial, industrial, retail, residential property and other specialist property, e.g. property for educational purposes.|
|Problem solving||Apply property theories and concepts to evaluate and appraise methodologies to critically identify and develop sustainable solutions and strategies for a diverse range of complex and authentic problems in property industry.|
|Self-management||Demonstrate autonomy, well developed judgment and responsibility to undertake self-directed work and learning relating to specialist property concepts.|
|Teamwork||Collaborate with others to undertake research which examines and evaluates contemporary issues in property.|
|Global citizenship||Examine and evaluate the ethical, sustainability, economic and global factors that impact the interconnected theories and principles of property development, investment, construction, management and maintenance.|
To complete the Graduate Diploma of Property, students must attain a total of 8 credit points of core units. Most units are equal to 1 credit point.
|MMP713||Property and Real Estate Context|
|MMP712||Rating and Statutory Valuation|
|SRT722||Sustainable Construction Studies *|
*This unit was previously coded MMP722
|MMP721||Property and Real Estate Law and Practice|
|MMP731||Management of Real Estate|
|MMP741||Property and Real Estate Valuation|
The eligibility of students for membership of the accrediting body is subject to meeting the requirements of that body and that Deakin makes no representations that individuals will meet those requirements.