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PROPERTY VALUATION & MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) Ab Initio


What is the programme about?


This is a four year sandwich honours degree programme incorporating three academic years and one full year of industrial work placement in third year. The aim of the programme is to develop a property professional who possesses the knowledge, skills and competencies required to work in the diverse sectors of the property industry such as valuation, estate agency, marketing, property management, investment, development, corporate real estate, research and land-use planning.


The programme offers a business based qualification and covers residential, commercial, agricultural and specialist property. It is fully accredited by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) and has international recognition through the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). The programme meets the minimum educational requirements required to work as a property services provider under the Property Services (Regulation) Act 2011.


Who is the programme suited to?


The broad based nature of the career opportunities available to property graduates makes it difficult to answer this question. For example, individuals who enjoy getting out and about and meeting people may be suited to the agency side of the industry, while those who enjoy working with numbers may be attracted to the professional services or valuations.


Modules


Year 1: Building Systems 1, Construction Technology, IT & Communication Skills for Construction & Property Professionals, Economics for Construction & Property Specialists, Built Environment Law, Land Use Planning Principles & Law, Property Valuations.


Year 2: Property Investment Valuations, Statutory Valuations & Residential Property Management, Building Technology PVM2, Estate Agency Practice & Marketing, Property Economics , Conservation & Architectural Heritage, Property Development Valuations, PVM Integrated Project, Planning Law & Development, Property Law.


Year 3: Work Placement (Active Learning) Year - Active Learning Diary & Professional Competencies, Management Practice, Research Proposal, Literature Review, PVM Capstone Project. Work placement can be undertaken in Ireland or abroad. Students who are unable to secure a work placement complete an academic third year in LIT.


Year 4: Advanced Property Appraisal & Specialist Valuations, Advanced Statutory Valuations, Property Management Practice, Urban Economics & Public Policy, Planning & Social Policy, Dissertation, Financial Management & Taxation.


What can I do after the programme?


Career opportunities for graduates include: Estate Agent, Auctioneer, Chartered Surveyor, Property Valuer, Property Manager, Property Consultant, Residential or Commercial Agent.


Graduates have also gained employment in Local Authorities, Regeneration Agencies and Voluntary Housing Organisations. Some graduates work for CBRE, Jones Lang LaSalle, Lisney, Savills, Sherry Fitzgerald, Bord Gais Eireann, Local Authorities (Planning and Housing departments).


Including Work Placement in Year 3


Programme Code LC242


Programme Level Level 8


CAO Points 2015 265


Duration 4 years


Class Contact Hours 20 hours per week.


Location


Moylish Campus, Limerick


Minimum Entry Requirements: Leaving Certificate (2017): A minimum of 2 H5 & 4 O6/H7 grades in six Leaving Certificate subjects, including Mathematics and English or Irish.


QQI FET/FETAC Applicants & Mature Applicants: Refer to section ‘Entry Requirements’ for further information.


Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018 169 < FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


Contact Ms. Máire Daly, Programme Leader


Tel: 061 293309 Email: maire.daly@lit.ie Web: www.lit.ie/Courses/LC242


LC242


Department of the Built Environment


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