Understanding the diversity of non-specialised units within Australian property degrees

Connie Susilawati, Lynne Armitage

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Building on the recommendations of the Bradley Review (2008), the Australian Federal government intends to promote a higher level of penetration of tertiary qualification across the broader Australian community which is anticipated to result in increased levels of standardisation across university degrees. In the field of property,tertiary academic programs are very closely aligned to the needs of a range of built environment professions and there are well developed synergies between the relevant professional bodies and the educational institutions. The strong nexus between the academic and the professional content is characterised by ongoing industry accreditation which nominates a range of outcomes which the academic programs must maintain across a range of specified metrics. Commonly, the accrediting bodies focus on standard of minimum requirements especially in the area of specialised subject areas where they require property graduates to demonstrate appropriate learning and attitudes. In addition to nominated content fields, in every undergraduate degree program there are also many other subjects which provide a richer experience for the students beyond the merely professional. This study focuses on the nonspecialised knowledge field which varies across the universities offering property degree courses as every university has the freedom to pursue its own policy for these non-specialised units.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings from the PRRES Conference 2011
Subtitle of host publication17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference
Place of PublicationGold Coast
PublisherPacific Rim Real Estate Society
Pages1-15
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference - Gold Coast, Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 16 Jan 201119 Jan 2011
Conference number: 17th
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CountryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period16/01/1119/01/11
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Susilawati, C., & Armitage, L. (2011). Understanding the diversity of non-specialised units within Australian property degrees. In Proceedings from the PRRES Conference 2011: 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference (pp. 1-15). Gold Coast: Pacific Rim Real Estate Society.
Susilawati, Connie ; Armitage, Lynne. / Understanding the diversity of non-specialised units within Australian property degrees. Proceedings from the PRRES Conference 2011: 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference. Gold Coast : Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2011. pp. 1-15
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Susilawati, C & Armitage, L 2011, Understanding the diversity of non-specialised units within Australian property degrees. in Proceedings from the PRRES Conference 2011: 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference. Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, Gold Coast, pp. 1-15, 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 16/01/11.

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Proceedings from the PRRES Conference 2011: 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference. Gold Coast : Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2011. p. 1-15.

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Susilawati C, Armitage L. Understanding the diversity of non-specialised units within Australian property degrees. In Proceedings from the PRRES Conference 2011: 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference. Gold Coast: Pacific Rim Real Estate Society. 2011. p. 1-15