Lincoln's Bachelor of Land and Property Management gives students the option to study urban property or rural property or to combine property studies with an additional major such as accounting, finance, investment, planning, environmental management, geomatics or marketing.
We call this ‘property plus’ which provides graduates with a well-rounded knowledge-base upon which to begin a career in property, whether in New Zealand or internationally.
In recent years, demand for both urban and rural property graduates has far outstripped supply so most of our students have had a wide variety of career options available to them on completion of their of studies.
Property provides the foundation and resources for virtually every part of our daily lives, from where we live to where we work, socialise, learn, and play.
It contributes enormously to worldwide economies as a valuable asset base and a foundation for production requiring development, maintenance and renewal.
Under the Information heading, below right, is a document that shows the ideal sequencing of courses for both the urban and rural majors in the B.L.P.M.
Other sequencing is possible, but it is essential to seek course advice in this case. It is also possible to include a semester or full year at a university overseas within the B.L.P.M. You must seek course advice if they wish to investigate this option.