Course Title: Urban Land Economics
Part A: Course Overview
Course Title: Urban Land Economics
Credit Points: 12
325H Property, Construction & Project Management
|Sem 1 2012,
Sem 1 2013,
Sem 1 2014,
Sem 1 2015,
Sem 1 2016,
Sem 1 2017,
Sem 1 2018
Course Coordinator: Hyemi Hwang
Course Coordinator Phone: +61 3 9925 0412
Course Coordinator Email: email@example.com
Course Coordinator Location: 8.8.12
Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities
In this course you will develop your knowledge of the property market structures and land economics in relation to the Global and Australian economy. The objectives of this course are to provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to accurately apply the functional and financial role of property in the economic system.
Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development
1 Determine and apply knowledge of complex property and valuation theory to your professional practice and/or further study
2 Professionally communicate to a range of audiences, demonstrating in depth knowledge of the discipline and of the needs of diverse property and valuation stakeholders
3 Apply logical, critical and creative thinking to analyse, synthesise and apply theoretical knowledge, and technical skills, to formulate evidenced based solutions to industry problems or issues
5 Collaborate effectively with others and demonstrate intellectual independence and autonomy to solve problems and/or address industry issues and imperatives
6 Critically examine and reflect on the profession , in local and/or global contexts, and question accepted interpretations and decision making
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Apply key urban economic theories and demonstrate how they have an impact on land use and land rent in a local and global context.
• Analyse how property market cycles impact on supply and demand in the determination of rents and prices,
• Interpret how the environment, social impacts, transportation, and urban congestion impact on the urban growth, decay and regeneration of cities.
• Logically communicate the consequences for real estate markets of changes in transport technology, population growth rates and demographics.
Overview of Learning Activities
Learning in this course consists of lectures and tutorials. Learning activities includes case study exercises, group work and class discussions.
Overview of Learning Resources
RMIT will provide you with resources and tools for learning in this course through our online systems
A text book may be required for this course along with relevant local readings.
Overview of Assessment
You will be assessed on how well you meet the course’s learning outcomes and on your development against the program capabilities.
Assessment may include class exercises, online quiz, tests, assignment and final exam
Feedback will be provided throughout the semester in class and/or online discussions, through individual and group feedback and by individual consultation.
If you have a long term medical condition and/or disability it may be possible to negotiate to vary aspects of the learning or assessment methods. You can contact the program coordinator or the Disability Liaison Unit if you would like to find out more.
An assessment charter (http://mams.rmit.edu.au/kh6a3ly2wi2h1.pdf ) summarises your responsibilities as an RMIT student as well as those of your teachers.
Your course assessment conforms to RMIT assessment principles, regulations, policies and procedures which are described and referenced in a single document: http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=ln1kd66y87rc .’