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B.A.S. Residential & Commercial Property Management
Program Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes detail the knowledge, skills and abilities that you, as a student, will demonstrate upon successful completion of your program.

Demonstrate understanding and application of the principles and scope of residential and commercial real estate property management.

Understand the economic factors that influence property management strategies and real estate ownership.

3. Perform property management activities including the creation and use of budgets, management plans, property analysis and physical maintenance plans for sample properties, and manage information systems and gather and assess information to produce the maximum return over the long run for property owners.

Create and assess merchandising strategies and then develop and present recommendations to owners/investors.

Use technology, software and computer applications to support real estate property management related research, analysis, reporting, and marketing activities.

Apply critical thinking and computer competency in using various software programs and internet resources typically used by property managers.

Identify and demonstrate understanding of the legal and insurance issues that can affect managed properties.

Hire and manage personnel effectively.

Exhibit the knowledge to practice according to the ethical and legal standards of the Real Estate and Real Property Management industries, and apply those standards appropriately.

Demonstrate understanding and the proper application of Landlord/Tenant Law, Contract Law, Civil Rights and Fair Housing Federal, State and Local Laws and Regulations.

Select and prepare various leases for various residential, office, commercial and industrial spaces.

Create and evaluate marketing plans to lease residential and commercial space.

Provide examples of sustainable and environmentally sustainable “Green” products, and create strategies for improving and/or maintaining an existing building and increase its value.

Display an understanding of accounting procedures used to record and evaluate income and expenses of residential and commercial rental property.

Demonstrate effective communication skills required for real estate property managers.

Exhibit ability to interact successfully with all stakeholders and the public.

Evaluate prospective tenants based on research and collected information from a variety of sources.

Assess and analyze determinants of supply and demand and pricing in residential and commercial rental markets.

Use quantitative reasoning processes to understand, analyze, interpret, and solve quantitative problems that property managers must complete like computing rent and operating expense per square foot for commercial property.

Understand and analyze community associations’ budgets, financial reports and community association's governing documents.

Create and implement a plan to develop and nurture a professional property management and real estate network.

Demonstrate the ability to develop a plan for ongoing learning and professional development activities that will contribute to personal and professional growth and the improvement of the Real Estate Property Management industry.