(PGMSBP) Masters Degree in Property
e.g. 6 credits = 2 x 2 x 2 / year = 2 years
e.g. 12 credits = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 / year = 1 year
Johannesburg. South Africa
Houston, Texas, USA
(only for bespoke pre-booked courses)
Max 2/3 subjects per Semester
Part of the program is a PoE
View in PoE in Subject details below
Course Specific Details
- You can study the executive Master of Property at your own pace or full-time in 12 months.
- As a result, it is one of the fastest Master’s degrees available.
- A Master’s Degree in Business Property from PCiBS will teach you everything you need to know about property investment. Invest, manage, and develop. It also helps students develop a property investment portfolio.
- Gain relevant skills and proficiency with real-world projects, discussion forums, our active learning process, and no exams.
- Learn from lecturers with real-world industry knowledge using our Learning Management System (LMS).
- Our MBAs prepare you for executive leadership roles.
- This program covers real estate investment, management, and development. It also helps students develop a property investment portfolio.
- Throughout the course, a defined method is implemented to help students enhance their business skills. The major purpose of the lesson is for the student to prove that they know a lot about business while they are there.
- Property is one of the most vital aspects of any economy. This encompasses business, retail, infrastructure, tourism, industrial, and residential.
Obtain a top-tier position in one of the following industries:
BANKING AND FINANCE,
and other related fields are included (too many to list).
Jobs in the project management discipline are increasing as a result of the expansion of industries.
Levels of Educational Qualification
Using the educational services provided by PCiBS, students can earn qualifications from international affiliated and accredited universities that are recognized by a national qualification framework (NQF) that is divided into levels. The European qualification levels are from level 0 to level 08.
- Courses (Various Levels),
- Post-graduate certificates (Level 08/9),
- Post-graduate Diploma (Level 08/9),
- Masters (Level 09), and
- Ph.D.’s (Level 10).
All courses require students to earn a passing grade by achieving a predetermined percentage on their exams in order to demonstrate their ability to perform as competitive individuals in the workplace. Individuals who are performance-based are evaluated on their ability to participate in a lecture and practical simulations (live) of various projects that are incorporated into each of the Program’s curriculums.
Admission requirements for Post- graduate Diploma or Master’s Degree:
- Any Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized institution
- A professional qualification that is equivalent to a diploma / degree and a minimum of two years of working experience
- Previous work experience in the field of Project Management (minimum 5 years) demonstrated through a CV
- Acceptance Advantage: Two letters of recommendation by your peers to start your postgraduate studies explaining your experience and why you would undertake to start these studies.
- Recognition of Previous (RPL) Study: All subjects / transcripts documents need to be certified / notarized. All non-English documents must have a certified and evaluated English translation attached to the application.
- English level: For non-English speaking students, TOEFL / IELTS or equivalent is required for students who did not study at English speaking school. The Admission Committee will also consider factors such as TOEFL/IELTS scores.
- One passport-size photo.
- Passport copy / national ID card certified / notarized.
All PCiBS’ programs are conducted in English and all correspondence will be in English.
Program Tuition Fees
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Articulation / Further study
Master’s degrees usually are a steppingstone to further research degrees, such as a Ph.D.
Other Study Options
(PGMSBP) Masters Degree in Property
Subject details and topics – 12 credits required
|PCiBS-MGT-524 Research Project II|
|Masters Research Project Part I|
|PCiBS-MGT-512 Entrepreneurial Innovation|
|This course discusses entrepreneurial creativity, leadership, innovation and identification of opportunities: develop the creativity role; techniques to facilitate creativity; barriers to creativity; creative versus critical thinking. We discuss the need for creativity and the reasons why organizations should encourage creativity in the business world. We investigate the difference between personality and creativity. We discuss innovation in companies, the why and the what, plus developing innovation and the innovation process. Problem solving within innovation and identification of opportunities: development and opportunity identification; idea development process; evaluate and prioritize ideas, ideation and design thinking. Creativity within innovation; design thinking towards facilitating business innovation. The course addresses opportunities, research around opportunities and analyzing information to get into business. Apply design thinking techniques to match how business innovation is transformed into new products, services and or processes. We look at legal and financial issues, including preparing a business plan. Expose various managerial challenges; different ways if going into business; how to do market research; analyze opportunities, draft a business plan; including financing and the legal considerations. Finally, we address some key management functions in starting up a new venture.|
|PCiBS-MGT-514 Property Investment|
|This course discusses advanced techniques of property investment. There are various vehicles that can be used for property investment and this course aims to develop an in depth understanding of the principles and categories used in property investment. The course looks at residential, old age homes, retirement centers, storage areas, parking garages to name a few. The course focuses on fixed property types and the characteristics; the functions and pricing of a specific property market. The course elaborates on various types of properties such as: commercial buildings, corporations and residential properties. The course delves into the various financing models for properties and investigates property investment analysis. We discuss cash flow analysis; interest rates; gearing and risk analysis for specific property investments. Students cover purchasing contracts in more depth and investigate property investment techniques; selling and purchasing property. We look at investment vehicles in more depth and discuss the various options available to property investors. We have a detailed look at financial management; budgeting; real estate tax and capital gains tax. Ethics and governance issues to establish trusting relationships with agents and investment houses.|
|PCiBS-MGT-528 Project Management Fundamentals|
|This course deals with the basic principles of project management and introduces the students to the project management discipline. It focuses on the basic requirements of setting up projects. It focuses on managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects for project management companies. The course follows a structured manner and allows students to develop their competencies for the specific discipline in question. The main aim of the course in to demonstrate proficiency in this discipline to ensure that the student can be a valuable asset to any project that they are involved with.
The course Introduces Project management concepts; needs identification; the project life cycles; the project manager and the project team; types of project organisations; project communication and document control. Estimating, Costing and Planning and control: planning, scheduling and schedule control of projects; resource considerations and allocations; cost planning and performance evaluation. It focuses on Risks, procurement, human resources, quality, communication, stakeholders and integration management.
|PCiBS-MGT-536 Project Change Management|
|This course discusses advanced Project Controls & Project Management concepts; life-cycles of projects; portfolios, program and projects differences; scope management and change control; integration of various breakdown structures and data sets. We focus on change management and the role of the project controls manager; the portfolio / program / project manager, project controls team and other project team members; the role of project controls. Controlling performance measurement in respect to change management on projects with project controls. The use of planning, costing, estimating, administration and document control to manage change control at portfolio, program and projects level. The various processes and methods of monitoring and controlling changes at portfolio, program and project level. Contracting, managing claims and disputes through project-based change management. Change control and its importance will be discussed, plus managing change and controlling change at project level through the project monitoring and control activities. The importance of documentation in change management of projects and contracts.|
|PCiBS-MGT-542 Property Ownership and Management|
|This course discusses topics such as the structures, maintenance and repair or restoration of buildings. Maintenance of buildings must be performed, or the correct contractors / individuals must be utilized. The course discusses commercial buildings for businesses, organizations or corporations and residential properties. The course covers topics in financing commercial, and residential and other properties, real estate and leasing contracts. Students develop business management techniques for property and other management functions. Property sale and marketing techniques are also addressed. Topics cover housing laws, building maintenance, supervision and tenant leasing. We look at financial management, budgeting and maintaining financial data. There are topics around real estate tax, options provided to tenants, cancellation of leases, subletting and lease negotiations. The topics conclude with tenants, lease agreements, security deposits, subletting and rent control. Ethics and governance issues to establish trusting relationships with tenants.|
|PCiBS-MGT-550 Project Contractual & Legal Matters|
|This course discusses an in-depth principle of the legal issues within the context of a project and its contracts, using the standard principles of law of contract. It discusses the legal nature of individuals and organizations. Utilizing the law to ensure that projects have the correct contracting principles imbedded in the organization. Law of sales, credit agreements, lease. This course also focusses on the management of project-related contracts and looks at the consumer laws. The legal issues involved with tendering and the enquiry period; formation of contracts; management of contracts; contractual disputes and the resolution; conflict and aggression; disputes and the final arbitration or mediation process. Identify the pit falls of project contracting and mitigating claims. In addition, the course discusses the law of torts (negligence, breach of contract) and property, such as: Intellectual property, copyright, patents and trademarks. Various methods of contracting and the risks attached to each method are also investigated.|
|PCiBS-MGT-526 Research Project III|
|Masters Research Project Part II|
|PCiBS-MGT-538 Project Programme & Portfolio Management|
|This course discusses principles of project management and introduces the students to the project management discipline. It focuses on the requirements of setting up projects. The course builds on the use of project management and how portfolios, a program and multiple projects benefit from this type of management style. It discusses concepts; life cycles; project teams; communication and document control. It covers estimating, Costing and Planning and control thereof and focuses on risks, procurement, human resources, quality, communication, stakeholders and integration management.|
|PCiBS-MGT-540 Property Development|
|In this course we discuss and research advanced principles of property development. The aims of this course are to develop an in depth understanding of the principles used to develop a high residential area, old age homes, retirement centers, storage areas, parking garages to name a few. It covers the relevant statutes and ordinances required for these types of developments. The course covers investigating financing methods and the risk involved in various financing methods. We utilize various models to assist in the decision-making process of property development. Students are required to develop a property development program with all the applications and approvals and submit a detailed construction plan as part of a property development business plan. Investigations into specific market research to enhance the promotion and selling of the selected property development must be performed. We look at the legal aspects of contracts and tax implications of property development. Importantly, we focus on sustainable and environmental development around property development.|
|PCiBS-MGT-544 Project Scope, Schedule, Cost & Resource Management|
|This course discusses project scope and the management of scope, schedule, cost and resource management in controlling portfolios, a program and multiple projects. It will incorporate a combined scope to address work breakdown structures, the goals and objectives, constraints, the operational concept, budget and time, and who has the management authority around managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects. It also elaborates on project time and cost management including issues relating to the project life cycle and all its phases. It incorporates time definition and estimating plus discuss the various networks that are available. The project strategy and the projects associated cost management is addressed from a planning, estimating and control point of view. An in-depth discussion about earned value management (EVM) with samples of project control with EVM.|
|PCiBS-MGT-554 Project Controls & Integration|
|Advanced Project Controls & Project Management concepts; life-cycles of projects; portfolios, program and projects differences; scope identification and control; integration of various breakdown structures; integration of data and pulling it all together; the project controls manager; the portfolio / program / project manager, project controls team and other project team members; the role of project controls; types of projects; communication, reporting and documentation. Developing and implementing performance measurement into projects with project controls. Using planning, costing, estimating, administration and document control to manage project controls at portfolio, program and projects level; different processes and methods monitoring and controlling of portfolio, program and projects. The importance of contracting, managing claims and disputes and the role of project controls. The importance of documentation in projects and contracts.|
|PCiBS-MGT-530 Project Planning Management & Control|
|This course discusses advanced principles of scheduling and focuses on the planning discipline, especially around managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects. The course follows a structured manner and allows students to develop their competencies for the specific discipline in question. The main aim of the course in to demonstrate proficiency in this discipline to ensure that the student can be an asset to any portfolio, program and multiple projects that they are involved with. It focuses on the advanced requirements of analyzing and setting up advanced schedules for large projects in various life cycles. This course develops schedule development and management; tools and techniques and outputs and deliverables. It ensures that a structured logical process is followed to develop a schedule. It discusses a wide variety of issues that the planning discipline must take ownership of and incorporate into the schedules for portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Proper alignment of all the various breakdown structures and their incorporation into the budgeting process of portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Develop an advanced responsibility matrix; incorporate the risk register and all control accounts into the schedule. Formulate a standard methods to create schedules; maintain schedules; manage reports and outputs for portfolios, programs and multiple projects. Accept and manage the contingencies of portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Perform a QRA schedule development and incorporate all relevant issues. Discuss the pro’s and con’s of earned value reporting and how to manage it at the correct levels. Monitoring and control of the portfolios, a program and multiple projects schedules. Stakeholder management and change management for portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Finally, we will discuss the various ways to demonstrate the impacts projects have within each other in the management of portfolios, a program and multiple projects.|
|PCiBS-MGT-532 Project Cost Management & Control|
|This course deals with the core principles of costing and focuses the students into more depth around the costing discipline, especially around managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects. The course follows a structured manner and allows students to develop their competencies for the specific discipline in question. The main aim of the course in to demonstrate proficiency in this discipline to ensure that the student can be a valuable asset to any portfolio, program and multiple projects that they are involved with. It focuses on the advanced requirements of analyzing and setting up advanced control accounts and budgets for large projects in various life-cycles. This course develops cost development and management; tools and techniques and outputs and deliverables. It ensures that a structured logical process is followed to develop budgets and control accounts. It discusses a wide variety of issues that the costing discipline must take ownership of and incorporate into the budgets for portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Get proper alignment on all the various breakdown structures and incorporate them into the budgeting process of portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Develop an advanced responsibility matrix; incorporate the risk register and all control accounts into the schedule. Formulate a standard method to create a budget; maintain and control a budget; manage the outputs for portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Accept the contingencies of portfolios, a program and multiple projects and manage them accordingly. Perform a QRA budget development and align to the schedule and incorporate all relevant issues. Discuss the pro’s and con’s of earned value reporting and how to manage it at the correct levels. Monitoring and control of the portfolios, a program and multiple projects schedules. Stakeholder management and change management for portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Finally, we will discuss the various ways to demonstrate the impacts projects have within each other in the management of portfolios, a program and multiple projects. In this course we also expand on the learnings from other project assignments and apply the principles of that course in the course assignments. This course includes some assignments that form part of a Research Project that must be presented during this programme.|
|PCiBS-MGT-546 Project Quality, Risk and Procurement Management|
|This course discusses various methods of analysis of project risk, quality, procurement management and the project review and completion around managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects. This course discusses all project risk elements, such as: environment, planning, identification, analysis, evaluation, treatment, monitoring and review of associated risks. Furthermore, it discusses the following project procurement elements, namely: planning, strategies, legal issues, solicitation, monitoring and control, including project review and completion. This course builds on various methods and analysis of project quality management around managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects. It will address the project quality context, quality planning, quality assurance and quality improvement, plus the quality development during the project lifecycle and total quality management (TQM).|
|PCiBS-MGT-548 Project Communication, Stakeholder and Integration Management|
|This course discusses methods and processes used in stakeholder analysis around managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects. Items that are addressed are: environments, categorization; internal and external factors; inter-relationships; roles and responsibilities and the influences of stakeholders. Team selection, team development and conflict within the project environment are also discussed. This course provides additional methods for analysis of stakeholder communication, project management information system, the project life cycle, project integration management, monitoring and change control, and the project review and completion. This course investigates project communications management around managing portfolios, a program and multiple projects, including issues relating to the various phases throughout their life cycles. It will assist to identify a project management information system (PMIS) and analyze the project success criteria. The importance of project integration management, the processes that guide the project plan setup and the strategic plan of a project.|
|PCiBS-MGT-556 Strategic Management|
|This course enables you to gain a detailed knowledge of strategic management. The course covers the concept of strategy and strategic management. It also discusses internal and external strategy and the application of strategy solutions to all aspects of business. Strategic management forms part of the business, corporate and international environment, where the strategy is about competing now and in the future of any organization. We focus on understanding the dynamics of competition; changing industry factors; ethics and governance and the strategic positioning of companies. Develop an understanding of strategy formulation, how to gain the competitive advantage in the marketplace and using thought leadership and thinking strategically. We discuss the planning and management of a phase of the strategic management plan. The course addresses these different phases and how to respond to them in the course. Current leadership and management must be creative and innovative to stay ahead of the pack. Corporations and companies need competent and skilled individuals to manage strategically. This course discusses your current knowledge of strategic issues and problems facing global organisations. The useful strategic skills this course will provide, can be applied within any organization.|
|PCiBS-MGT-558 Supply Chain Management|
|This course discusses the role of procurement and contracting in supply chain management. The purchasing and contracting processes, using standard contracting methodologies, outsourcing of procurement and supply chain risk management, sole sourcing and supply chain strategy. Addressing purchase and contract performance management, assessments, standard negotiating techniques, plus contracting of services. The course addresses negotiation and collective bargaining: The nature of negotiation; preparation; specialised negotiation; negotiating for project purposes; collective bargaining; persuasive communication during negotiations; handling conflict and aggression; conflict and the final arbitration or mediation process. This course also provides principles and standards used in the law of contract. Focus is given to the law to ensure that projects have the correct contracting principles imbedded in the organization. It furthermore, discusses the legal issues involved with tendering and the enquiry period; formation of contracts; management of contracts; contractual disputes and the resolution; conflict and aggression; disputes and the final arbitration or mediation process.|