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Property and Asset Management

  1. 1. Faculty of Business & Law New Course Proposal Property and Asset Management PROP***** Date: 7 September 2004 Date approved by Faculty Planning and Development Committee: Date approved by the Faculty Education Committee: Date recommended by the Resources Sub-Committee: Date recommended by the Program Review Group: Date recommended by the Education Committee of Academic Board: /home/pptfactory/temp/20100430135927/property-and-asset-management2002.doc
  2. 2. Date approved by Academic Board: /home/pptfactory/temp/20100430135927/property-and-asset-management2002.doc
  3. 3. 1. Name of Course Property and Asset Management 2. Subject Area / Catalogue number PROP***** 3. ASCED code 080503 4. Does Course replace existing Course? No. If no, please provide details concerning EFTSU allocation 50. The Faculty is currently under its EFTSU allocation. The Australian Property Institute has approached CQU to provide this program. To date, the Faculty has had numerous enquiries supporting the need for such a program. 5. Host faculty Faculty of Business & Law Host School School of Commerce 6. Teaching faculties and % contribution Faculty of Business & Law – 100% 7. Units of credit Six (6) 8. Course available for program type 10 Bachelor’s Pass 13 Associate Degree 22 Other Undergraduate Award Program 41 Cross Institution program for undergraduate courses at home institution 9. Available to all programs at that level? Yes.
  4. 4. 10. Year of Course offered (eg: Level 1, Advanced) Advanced 11. Term and Year Offered Term 2, 2006 12. Mode of study:  External 13. For internal, indicate campus of offering  Flexible 14. Industrial experience hours N/A 15. Graded course Yes 16. Pass/Fail grading only No 17. Full Year Course Combination No 18. Structure of presentation (eg: by lectures, tutorial or laboratory work, ISL, VAL, etc.) Flexible learning. 19. Prerequisite(s) ACCT11059; COIS11011; MATH11246; LAWS19031; LAWS***** (Property Law 1) 20. Corequisite(s) None 21. Rationale for offering the Course, including reference to relevant mission statements and strategic plan As per detail on Program Proposal for Bachelor of Property.
  5. 5. 22. Objectives in terms of learning outcomes and/or skills developments On completion of this course students should be able to: 1. Apply management principles for the efficient management of investment property. 2. Understand building operations and reporting systems 3. Be aware of project management techniques 4. Understand commercial property and facilities management 5. Understand strategic planning for property investment. 23. Proposed textbooks To be advised. 24. Proposed types of assessment Examination 70%; Assignment 30%. Each item of assessment will be concerned with meeting all the objectives. The assessment is different and therefore will test different aspects of the students’ development in the course. The exam will mainly focus on knowledge and understanding of the course content. The assignment component will test four attributes of scholarship within the context of the course objectives: knowledge and understanding, research skills, communication skills, and evaluation 25. Outline of topics addressed • Role of management • Building operations and reporting system; • Design and layout systems • Project development, feasibility studies and project management; • Franchising • Lease arrangements and structures • Specific properties • Commercial property management, e.g. shopping centres, high rise buildings • Residential property management • Facilities management • Insurance • Relationship between company strategic plan and/or investment strategy and the asset management plan 26. Synopsis for PeopleSoft Higher Education Property and Asset Management provides a detailed insight into all aspects of property management, from residential management progressing to specialised industrial, commercial and retail centres. It gives a practical perspective to the development and use of property assets.
  6. 6. 27. Statement on (a) current resources to be used, and (b) additional resources needed (staff, library, computing, equipment, space and distance education support. A statement of ability of the relevant Heads of Divisions or Heads of Campus that they are able to resource the set-up an delivery of the course, where resources are required outside the Host Faculty. The course is to be offered within the host Faculty of Business & Law, via flexible learning delivery. Resources required previously approved in the Program Proposal. 28. Statement from all other Deans, to indicate that they have had the opportunity to contribute to the Course, and indicating their support for, and where appropriate, their ability to resource, the delivery of the proposed Course: Not applicable. 29. Statement of Accreditation, where applicable. If the Course is a component of an accredited Program, state what steps have been taken to ensure accreditation status of the Program is maintained: There have been negotiations with the Australian Property Institute (API) regarding accreditation of the Program. A letter is being drafted together with all background documents concerning the Program for further consideration by the API. This will involved the consideration of each existing and proposed course offered by CQU to satisfy the accreditation requirements. It is expected that provisional accreditation will be granted by early 2005.