At graduation, graduates of Estate Management and Valuation programme are expected to be capable of :
• Real Estate Finance : mortgage advice and Housing Finance Policy.
• Valuation/Appraisal :
• Expropriation advice to the government and developers, Land and Property Valuation.
• Property Management : Building Maintenance, Handling Leases, Marketing the Property, Handling move in and outs of a building/house.
• Real Estate Agency : Marketing Real Estate and tenants search
• Real Estate Investment : financial and technical advice to developers (the best financial, technical and location option for a new building or real estate)
• Construction and Housing Project Management
• Infrastructure Economists
Year 1 :
Principles of law, ICT skills, introduction to microeconomics, introduction to architectural presentation, contract law, introduction to macroeconomics, English for specific purpose, real estate practice and procedure, real estate valuation i, statistics i, statistics ii, workshop technology.
Year 2 :
Introduction to CAD, introduction to land surveying, English for academic purpose, real estate valuation II, law of tort, real estate development, construction materials, land use economics, building technology, real estate finance I, land information systems, land law, environmental studies.
Year 3 :
Human settlement, urban and regional planning, fundamentals of development, building economics I, applied valuation, urban economics, real estate finance II, investment appraisal, industrial attachment I, project management, building services, real estate risk analysis, real estate management, real estate finance III, entrepreneurship development.
Year 4 :
Infrastructure development and maintenance, rural resources analysis, real estate marketing, land policy, research methodology & research project I, report I ; industrial attachment ii, housing economics and policy, real estate business ethics, building maintenance, corporate real estate management, research project, report II.