Our Bachelor of Business is an integrated program that provides you with a grounding in the key business disciplines with our industry—and business—focused core courses. Combined with a specialisation in Property, and the opportunity to embed mentoring or work integrated learning, the program will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to succeed in this diverse industry.
The Bachelor of Business (Property) is the longest-running program of its type in Australia, and the only one of its kind in South Australia. The program will provide you with knowledge and skills essential to a successful career in the property industry. It has a strong career focus and will give you the edge employers seek. Our unique Property Mentoring Scheme will see you paired with a property professional, providing you with rare industry insight and valuable networking opportunities.
Property deals with the valuation, management, development, investment and administration of land and properties. As a property professional you will gather and analyse information to help you make informed decisions and offer practical advice about the use and management of property.
Fast track your degree
Our summer and winter schools provide you with a range of exciting study and learning opportunities such as intensives and internships, improve flexibility by allowing you to spread your study load across the year, increase your exchange opportunities and allow you to fast-track your degree.
Visit http://unisabusinessschool.edu.au/winterschool for further information on timing and courses.
Graduated – Bachelor of Business (Property),
Bachelor of Applied Finance
‘UniSA is the only university offering such a specialised property program in Adelaide and it is professionally recognised interstate and internationally.
The wide range of subjects appealed to me as each gave me an insight and background into a possible career path and I undertook the double degree because Applied Finance and Property mesh so well together.
I have enjoyed the networking events the University organised for us because networking is a key aspect to being successful in the property industry. I received credit towards my degree from a one month summer exchange to Aarhus, Denmark, which was partly funded by the University. I also took part in the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Property Case Competition in New Zealand to compete against students from all over the world. It was a great way to benchmark ourselves against other property students internationally and make contacts from the industry.'
† This is based on the total number of units for this program where one EFTSL is expressed as 36 units.