Mar 01, 2024
Individuals who complete the Residential Property Management (RPM) Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program learn skills that qualify them for employment as residential property managers. Students learn about essential characteristics and functions of property operations such as management, leasing, maintenance plan development, security plans and more. In addition, students explore the financial components of residential properties and government regulations. Students also acquire practical skills through a required internship.
Graduates of the Residential Property Management A.A.S. Degree will be able to:
- Examine the essential characteristics and functions of property leasing, forms of ownership, property operations, attracting tenants, and resident policies.
- Design maintenance systems for residential properties.
- Develop effective maintenance plans for residential properties, including inspections, budgeting, energy management, and customer service policies.
- Relate the relevant government codes and regulations to property management.
- Develop security and safety plans for various residential properties.
- Develop budgets and financial plans for residential properties.
General Education Courses
The list of general education courses appears in the General Education List. Some programs recommend or require specific courses to fulfill general education requirements. Please check your program’s sequence of study for this information.
Sequence of Study - Residential Property Management A.A.S.
Below are the required courses for your program arranged in a suggested sequence. Please note that the sequence does not include developmental coursework. See Academic Preparation for the developmental course sequence if applicable to you.
Required Courses (in expected order)
Program Total: 60 Credits
Credit earned at any public institution in the state shall be transferable to any other institution if the:
- Credit is from a college or university parallel course or program;
- Grades in the block of courses transferred average 2.00 or higher; and
- Acceptance of the credit is consistent with the policies of the receiving institution governing students following the same program. Refer to ARTSYS at artweb.usmd.edu and the receiving institution’s catalog to select transferable courses.