Masters | Postgraduate Course - Real Estate (Distance Learning) MSc Course Details within University of Greenwich

Real Estate (Distance Learning) MSc

Study Details

MSc: 2 years part-time

This programme of study, which has developed since 1991, reflects the exciting changes in academic teaching and in the built environment profession which have occurred in recent years. The structure offers flexibility and a range of optional subjects.

The philosophy of the programme is based on a flexible approach to problem solving and the development of analytical faculties.

The programme brings together professionals of various disciplines in the learning process to encourage interaction and integrative study.

Module details

Year 1

Students are required to study the following compulsory courses.

    Urban Economics (DL) (20 credits)
    Management Principles (DL) (20 credits)
    Delivering Sustainable Built Environments (DL) (20 credits)
    Property Appraisal (20 credits)

Students are required to choose 10 credits from this list of options.

    Critical Thinking (DL) (10 credits)
    Research Methods (DL) (10 credits)

Students are required to choose 10 credits from this list of options.

    Critical Thinking (DL) (10 credits)
    Research Methods (DL) (10 credits)

Year 2

Students are required to study the following compulsory courses.

    Project Management (DL) (20 credits)
    Dissertation (Built En't) (DL) (40) (40 credits)
    Property Development & Finance (20 credits)

Entry Requirements

A good first degree in architecture, construction, surveying, engineering or planning.*

PLUS corporate membership of an approved design, property or construction profession.

* Applicants with other first degrees will be considered on an individual basis.

Student Destinations

This programme is part of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Partnership Portfolio.

Graduates from this programme can pursue careers in professional surveying practices, government regeneration agencies, property developers, local authorities, or property investment companies. Subject to appropriate practice, award holders can become chartered surveyors.