Master's Programme in Real Estate Economics is organized by the School of Engineering.
The Master’s Programme in Real Estate Economics offers students a thorough education in the field with a focus on technology, economy, law and management of real estate.
The programme offers students a thorough understanding of the dynamics and techniques used in the analysis of real estate markets. The programme combines the scientific disciplines of, economics, management, land management, law and planning to provide students with the key skills needed in a wide range of careers in the real estate sector.
Courses within the programme cover the skills and knowledge required to manage real estate in all its different phases. All students in real estate economics will be introduced to the principles of real estate economics and the dynamics of real estate market, as well as valuation methods and investment analysis. All students will also improve their knowledge on real estate and environmental legislation and the planning system, and their role in real estate markets.
Students of the programme can specialise in either Real Estate Economics and Management or in Land Management. Real estate economics and management focuses on real estate investment and business, real estate development and the management of real assets throughout their lifecycle. Land management focuses on the process of managing the use and development of land resources. In this specialisation the students enhance their knowledge on managing land-related rights and land policy.