Property provides the space 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 the world-wide economies both in terms of a valuable asset base, and as a cost in terms of its continuous requirement for maintenance and renewal.
Highly respected by industry, the BCom(VPM) urban property degree provides graduates with a well-rounded foundation upon which to begin their career in property, whether in New Zealand or internationally.
The knowledge that underpins the property programmes at Lincoln is uniquely grounded to real life situations, through an extensive series of field trips and case studies. The degree's specialist property courses are supported by generalist courses in law, building construction practice, finance, computing and economics.
The BCom(VPM) is an urban-focused degree, whereas rural valuation is included under the BCom(Ag) degree.