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  1. Careers with Value Bachelor of Applied Science (Project Management) Bachelor of Applied Science (Property and Valuation)

  2. Bachelor of Applied Science (Property and Valuation) Judith Callanan, Program Manager, Property and Valuation

  3. Program 4 years Honours program 29 property specific courses taught within the school plus 3 electives Course areas Property Law, Planning Valuation Development Investment Funds Management Asset/ Commercial PropertyManagement Business skills – accounting, economics, data analysis, law, communication Construction techniques, ProjectManagement

  4. Why Property • Part of the environment • Live and work • Part of the economy • Part of investment / wealth building • Infrastructure / sports stadiums / ports / airports/ docklands / churches etc

  5. Why Property • Exciting sector of the industry • Financially rewarding • Not in the office all day • Mixture of management plus hands on • Will always be a market for people with ‘property’ knowledge

  6. Property Developer Asset Manager Commercial Property Manager Funds Manager Investment Manager Building manager / Facilities Manager Certified Practicing Valuer Property Analyst Property Consultant Job Opportunities

  7. Property Council of Australia Employer of Choice program Accredited by Australian Property Institute (National recognition) Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Global recognition) Industry Recognised

  8. Questions?

  9. Bachelor of Applied Science (Project Management) • Guinevere Gilbert • Program Manager, Project Management

  10. What is a project?

  11. Draft B. App. Sc. (Project Management) 2015 Year 3 Year 4 Year 1 Year 2 Semester 5 Semester 7 Semester 1 Semester 3 BUIL1226: Introduction to Buildings BUSM3134: Advanced Project Management BUIL1237: Building Measurement and Estimating BUSM4300: Project Management Domains OMGT2214: Valuations and Property BUSM4331: Research Project 1 BUIL1247: Intro to Built Environment Law BUSM4303: Project Risk Management BUSM3307: Project Management Concepts Student Elective 2 BUSM4304: Leadership in PM BUSM4168: Project Management Processes BUSM4332: Managing Complex Projects BUIL1230: Professional Communications Student Elective 1 BUSM4169: Management Fundamentals Semester 6 Semester 8 Semester2 Semester 4 Student Elective 3 BUSM4305: Professional Practice in Project Management BUIL1227: Introduction to Construction Processes BUSM3132: Quality Management BUSM4333: Capstone Project BUIL1228: Property and Capital Markets BUIL1156: Project Administration BUSM4302: Project Procurement Management BUSM4335: Research Project 2 BUSM3308: Techniques for Project Planning BUIL1249: Construction and Business Enterprise Research Methods for the Built Environment BUSM4334: Program and Portfolio Management BUIL1229: Managing for Sustainability BUIL1149: Property Economics BUSM4301: Project Planning and Communications

  12. Learning to use leading PM software

  13. Global Opportunities

  14. Employer of Choice Program Offer students the opportunity to gain structured employment experiences within industry to enhance academic learning Offer employers preferential access to students and greater knowledge of student capability Only companies that have registered with the ‘Employer of Choice’ Program will have job opportunities advertised by the School http://www.rmit.edu.au/propertyconstruction/employerchoice

  15. Graduate destinations • Construction • Building and infrastructure projects • Property Development • Non-Construction • Client-side Project Management • Event Project Management • Business Project Management • Aid, Relief and Post Disaster Project Management • IT • Manufacturing • Health

  16. Entry requirements 2014 ATAR : 80.1% RMIT-Diploma of Building and Construction (2 yrs full time) http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs/c5256 • Exemptions of 8 courses RMIT-Advanced Diploma of Building and Design (Architectural) (2.5 yrs full time) http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs/c6097 • Exemption of 8 courses

  17. Project Management Experience Day Wednesday 1 October 2014 4 x 1.5 hour Project Management workshops City campus Guinevere.gilbert@rmit.edu.au Acting Program Director 9925 3452