BSc (Hons) Degree in Real Estate Management

Undergraduate Course

Objectives

The BSc degree in Real Estate Management provides an opportunity for students to fullfit the requirments to become general practice surveyors, specialised in valuation of property or commercial investment management.

On completion of the programme graduates:

  • should have acquired knowledge and understanding appropriate to practising real estate management;
  • will be aware of their limitations, willing to reflect and to learn from their experience in practice;
  • will be able to investigate, analyse and propose appropriate solutions to practical problems;
  • will be able to communicate effectively using a variety of media in context;
  • will be fit to undertake preparation for admission to an appropriate professional body and
  • will be aware of their obligations to individuals and society and able to accept and generate change in society.

Duration of Studies

The period of study for full-time students is four academic years (or eight semesters) covering both core and elective subjects.

Graduation Requirements

Students studying towards the BSc Degree in Real Estate Management are required to take a minimum of 240 ECTS. Two hundred and two (202) must come from core subjects and thirty eight (38) from electives.

Honours Degree

On graduation, each candidate for an Honours Degree must have:

  • completed all the prescribed work of the examination syllabus;
  • achieved the required minimum number of credit units of prescribed course work by completing successfully all core, and elective subjects, as required by the programme of studies. As a general rule, all students must have
  • successfully completed a minimum of 240 ECTS; and
  • secured a GPA of at least 2.00 on courses taken successfully during semesters 5 to 8.

 

 

Year 1

Semester 1 ECTS
  Core Subjects  
BSM-110 ECONOMICS I 5
ESM-214 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING I 5
ESM-114 LAW I 5
ESM-116 VALUATIONS I 5
ESM-117 PROJECT I 5
ESM-111 CONSTRUCTION 5
  Electives: 1 from 10
ESM-115 Structures I 5
PRL-130 Communication and Language Development I 5
PRL-111 Public Relations I 5
CST-110 Computers and Applications I 5
Semester 2
  Core Subjects  
ESM-126 VALUATIONS II 5
ESM-124 LAW II 5
ESM-224 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING II 5
BSM-120 ECONOMICS II 5
ESM-121 CONSTRUCTION II 5
ESM-127 PROJECT II 5
  Electives: 1 from 10
ESM-115 Structures II 5
PRL-130 Communication and Language Development II 5
PRL-111 Public Relations II 5

Year 2

Semester 3 ECTS
  Core Subjects  
ESM-211 CONSTRUCTION III 5
ESM-212 ESTATE MANAGEMENT I 5
ESM-213 URBAN ECONOMICS I 5
ESM-439 COMMERCIAL LANDLORD AND TENANT LAW 5
ESM-334 ADVANCED PLANNING STUDIES 5
ESM-216 VALUATIONS III 5
  Electives: 1 from 10
ESM-217 Project III 5
ESM-218 Measurement and Estimating 5
Semester 4
  Core Subjects  
ESM-431 CURRENT ISSUES IN TOWN PLANNING PRACTICE 5
ESM-223 URBAN ECONOMICS II 5
ESM-221 CONSTRUCTION IV 5
ESM-226 VALUATIONS IV 5
ESM-227 PROJECT IV 5
ESM-222 ESTATE MANAGEMENT II 5
  Electives: 1 from 10
BSM-313 Data Collection Analysis I 5
PSY-227 Organisational Psychology 5

Year 3

Semester 5 ECTS
  Core Subjects  
ESM-313 PROPERTY DEVELOP. AND PLANNING I 5
ESM-314 PROPERTY INVESTMENT ANALYSIS I 5
ESM-315 VALUATIONS AND LAW I 5
ESM-317 PROJECT V 5
ACF-115 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS 5
  Electives: 2 from 10
BSM-221 Principles of Marketing 5
ESM-316 Information Technology for Management I 5
Semester 6
  Core Subjects  
ESM-324 PROPERTY INVEST. ANALYSIS II 5
ESM-325 VALUATIONS AND LAW II 5
ESM-335 PROPERTY AGENCY 5
ESM-327 PROJECT VI 5
ESM-323 PROPERTY DEVELOP AND PLANNING II 5
ESM-433 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT 5
ESM-434 LAND SURVEYING 5
  Electives: 2 from 10
ESM-410 Property Market Analysis 5
ESM-326 Information Technology for Management II 5

Year 4

Semester 7 ECTS
  Core Subjects  
ESM-411 PROPERTY IN EUROPEAN UNION 5
BSM-311 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT I 5
PRL-420 BUSINESS ETHICS 5
ESM-312 MANAGEMENT AND ORG. OF PEOPLE IN THE BUILDING ENVIRONMENT 5
GEN-430 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 5
  Electives: 2 from 10
ESM-432 Planning and Development Practice 5
BSM-410 The Dynamics of Cyprus Economy I 5
Semester 8
  Core Subjects  
ESM-427 STRATEGIC CORPORATE MANAG. AND REAL ESTATE 5
ESM-428 FINAL PROJECT 5
ESM-429 REAL ESTATE TAXATION 5
BSM-321 INTERNATIONAL MANAG. II 5
ESM-123 IT AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORM. SYSTEMS 5
  Electives: 2 from 10
BSM-412 Business and Society 5
BSM-420 The Dynamics of the Cyprus Economy II 5
Course Information
  • Credit:minimum of 240 ECTS

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