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Graduate Certificate

Kensington
The Graduate Certificate is the first tier of a sequence of postgraduate programs in Property and Development. It is undertaken on a part-time basis over a year. You will learn about contemporary property and development principles, as well as techniques needed to effectively manage projects in property development. Core courses can include Property Performance Analysis, Property Investment and Finance, Property Valuation, Property Development and Feasibility Analysis, Property Industry Application and Real Property Law.
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
1 year part-time
Study Mode
In person

Graduate Certificate

Kensington
The Graduate Certificate is the first tier of two programs in Construction Project Management. This program is undertaken on a part-time basis over one year. You will receive a strong introduction to project management principles and learn the techniques needed to effectively manage large construction projects, including established theories and recent developments. The focus of the courses may include management of construction organisations, risk management and business analytics, cost and value management, contract administration, planning and control, and informatics.
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
0.7 year full-time
Study Mode
In person

Masters (Coursework)

Kensington
Each year Australia commits more than half of its capital outlay to land development, building and infrastructure. The Master of Property and Development is designed to meet the needs of those who want to work at the cutting edge of this industry as it adapts to the requirements of communities, businesses and the environment. You will learn the principles of property development and investment, then apply them across different phases of the industry cycle, achieving successful outcomes in financial viability, risk management and sustainability.
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
1.7 years full-time
Study Mode
In person

Masters (Coursework)

Kensington
The Master of Construction Project Management will teach you modern management methodologies and how to apply them across the different phases of the construction life cycle. It will give you an advanced understanding of the body of knowledge in construction project management, including established theories and recent developments, and you will learn to apply these principles to new and complex buildings and infrastructure.
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
1.7 years full-time
Study Mode
In person

Masters (Coursework)

Kensington
The Master of City Planning is a two-year, professionally accredited degree consisting of one research project or urban design studio and 14 courses. It allows you to choose one of four specialisations on the way to planning accreditation: City Development and Renewal, City Design, History and Theory, and Healthy Sustainable Communities. In the second year you devise and undertake an independent major research project, which allows you to deepen your engagement with your area of specialisation or, under the City Design pathway, you may be able to undertake the Urban Design Studio (which is undertaken together with students from the Master of Urban Development and Design).
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person

Masters (Coursework)

Kensington
The Master of Architecture provides professional education in the practice and theory of architecture. Our degree delivers a well-rounded architectural education appropriate to contemporary multidisciplinary professional practice, building on the solid disciplinary foundation established in the Bachelor or Architectural Studies. In addition, it allows you to choose one of four course streams, to tailor your education to specific areas of the discipline. These are: High Performance Technology, Housing, Urban Conditions or Social Agency.
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
2 years full-time
Study Mode
In person

Graduate Diploma

Kensington
The Graduate Diploma in City Planning is a year-long program designed for you to move into planning from a related discipline, or to gain a greater understanding of planning from a relevant professional standpoint. Key areas of study include urban society, theory and history, city economics and development, the environment and sustainability, strategic spatial planning, law, administration, research and analysis.
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
1 year full-time
Study Mode
In person

Graduate Certificate

Kensington
The Graduate Certificate in City Planning is a six-month program designed to help you move into planning from a related discipline, or to gain a greater understanding of planning from a relevant professional standpoint. Key areas of study include urban society, theory and history, city economics and development, environment and sustainability, strategic spatial planning, law, administration, research and analysis.
Intake Months
Feb
Duration
0.7 year full-time
Study Mode
In person