Property is the single largest component of wealth in our society, so knowing the value of property is important. Value relates to the physical, locational and legal characteristics of property.
It is critical for valuers to have a good understanding of property principles and the different aspects of the property industry: development, valuation, investment and management.
RMIT’s degree provides specific studies within the property field, specialising in valuation. The structure also allows you to gain a broad understanding in related areas of property and construction management.
A valuer deals with all aspects of property valuation, including land and all improvements such as buildings, fences, landscaping, clearing, crops and shopping centres. This degree will give you a good grounding to specialise in property valuation as well as the broader property profession.
Most commencing students will enrol online. If you are required to enrol online you need to log in to my RMIT and click on the link to Enrolment Online. You can enrol online at any time before the deadline in your offer letter from any computer with internet access.
If you need to enrol via the paper-based process your offer letter will tell you and you will enrol at your program information session.
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