This program is designed for architects, urban planners, developers and government authorities who are challenged to create communities that will provide long-term quality of life for future generations. With this flexible program, candidates tailor the degree to suit their specific area of interest by selecting one of the following specialist streams: Project Management This stream applies across the broad spectrum of industry disciplines, developing a comprehensive suite of skills required to lead and manage projects, programs and portfolios. It integrates strategy, systems thinking and capability management with the nine elements of project management: cost, time, quality, scope, risk, communication, human resource, procurement and integration. Development Management This stream offers a more property-focused approach, examining urban development and the role it plays in market economies within the context of government regulations and approval requirements. Study areas cover the principles of sustainable development, risk analysis and management, marketing issues and planning processes. Asset & Facility Management This stream presents a holistic approach to the development and on-going management of property assets in the economic, business and social environment. It encompasses legal, governmental, physical and people issues, ranging from real estate practices and sustainable development building codes through to technical building services and stakeholder involvement.