|12252037||Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology|
|Duration of study: 2 years||Total credits: 180|
The degree can be obtained by successfully completing a curriculum with coursework and a mini-dissertation.
The modules are presented in block weeks. The attendance of block weeks is compulsory. All examinations are conducted at the Department of Construction Economics, South Campus, University of Pretoria.
The curriculum is compiled in consultation with the Head of Department. In order to be considered for the MSc Real Estate degree by coursework to be awarded, a candidate should have obtained a minimum of 120 credits for modules and in addition, have submitted and passed an applicable mini-dissertation (60 credits), i.e. a total of 180 credits.
A candidate for the degree Master of Science Real Estate by means of coursework and a mini-dissertation must have an appropriate recognised tertiary qualification at honours degree level and show sufficient past experience, or additional education in the discipline of real estate to the satisfaction of the Head of Department (refer also to G Regulation G.54).
Note that the MSc(Real Estate) by coursework is not available for a BScHons (Real Estate) graduate.
The Head of Department may, at own discretion, allow for any other module that is deemed appropriate for an individual student’s circumstances, to be taken elsewhere as elective in lieu of the abovementioned elective modules.
A minimum of 40% is required in the examination, with a minimum final mark of 50% to pass.
Examination requirements are set out in the departmental study manuals.
The topic of the mini-dissertation must be approved by the Head of Department and a minimum of 50% is required to pass.
The degree is conferred with distinction on a student who obtains a weighted average of at least 75% in half of the required modules, at least 75% in the mini-dissertation and a weighted average of at least 65% in the remaining modules, constituting the required credits for the MSc Real Estate degree.
Minimum credits: 80
Principles and practical applications of viability studies for shopping centre development.
Principles of property management, leasing, management of shopping centres, risk management, financial management, internal management, marketing of management services.
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