|1.||Generalise project development processes to assess feasibility and financial viability of projects;|
|2.||Identify the conditions inherent in a complex project and propose and justify the additional requirements for such projects;|
|3.||Critically review the role and objectives of developers and project managers in various project management scenarios;|
|4.||Undertake an investment analysis to assess the viability of a project;|
|5.||Predict and defend the potential of a project based on extensive research and investigation; and|
|6.||Conceptually map decision-making models which incorporate various tools and techniques and recommend their potential applications.|
|Assignment||Individual Assignment (2000 words)||20%|
|Project||Group Project (4000 words)||40%|
|Examination||Final Examination (3 hours)||40%|
IThe capital budgeting decision:. economic analysis and financing of investment projects 9
Bierman H. & Smidt S (2006)
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North Ryde, N.S.W. : LBC Information Services
Property Valuation & analysis 1
Whipple R.T.M. (2008)
Law Book Company, Sydney
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