Bachelor of Property

The BProp provides you with the academic background to enter any branch of the property profession in New Zealand or internationally.

The BProp consists of 360 points including:

  • 330 points from Parts I, II and III
  • 30 points from approved General Education courses.

If you are a full-time student, the degree can be completed in three years. Part-time study options are also available.

We encourage you to discuss your programme plan with a student adviser.

The degree also fulfils the academic requirements for membership of professional bodies such as the:

  • Valuers Registration Board
  • Property Institute of New Zealand
  • Real Estate Institute of New Zealand
  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Who can apply?

You can:

  1. Transfer and enter with a completed MIT diploma
    If you have a completed MIT diploma (Level 6 or 7) you may:
    • apply and gain entry with up to 75 points of credit towards the BProp (if you have passed courses with a B grade average)
    • be considered for entry but will not be eligible for credit (if you have passed courses with less than a B grade average).
  2. Enter with a partially completed MIT diploma
    • If you have a partially completed MIT diploma (Level 6 or 7) and a B grade average for passed courses, you will be considered for entry to the BProp.
  3. Transfer with a partially completed MIT degree qualification
    To transfer from MIT and complete the BProp at the University you must:
    • be currently enrolled in an approved MIT degree
    • have passed courses at MIT that can be credited towards the BProp. See course equivalencies below.
    • have passed MIT courses with an average grade of B+ or higher.

BProp course equivalencies

MIT course Equivalent University of Auckland course Points value
311.527 Business Accounting ACCTG 101 Accounting Information 15
323.508 Commercial Law 1 Stage I course in Commercial Law (unspecified credit) 15
143.504 Statistics for Decision Making STATS 108 Statistics for Commerce 15
371.512 Business Economics ECON 151 Understanding the Global Economy

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