Expected Learning Outcome

At graduation, graduates of Quantity Surveying programme are expected to be capable of managing costs relating to building and engineering projects which include new construction, renovations and maintenance works.
Graduates from Quantity Surveying programme should also be able to minimise project cost from early design cost to final figure and enhance value for money while ensuring that projects meet the requirements of quality and legal regulations.
Therefore, our graduates should be able to conduct feasibility studies to estimate project cost; prepare, negotiate and analyse cost for tenders; advise on legal and contractual issues; and do valuation of works with arrangements for payments

Covered modules

Year 1
ICT Skills, Economics, Introduction to Architectural Presentation, Principles of Law, Mathematics for Engineers I & II, Study Skills for Technology, English for Specific Purpose I & II, Building Materials I, Fundamentals of Development, Environmental Studies, Strength of Materials, Construction Technology I.

Year 2
Statistics for Quantity Surveying, Measurement of Construction Works I & II, Law of Contract, Construction Technology II & III, Building Materials II, Introduction to Land Surveying, English for Academic Purposes I & II, Structural Design I, Building Economics I, Principles of Management, Tort, Property and Commercial Law.

Year 3
Industrial Attachment, Computer Application for Quantity Surveyors, Structural Design II, Measurement of Construction Works III & IV, Financial Accounting, Building Services I & II, Construction Management I & II, Building Economics II, research Methods, Entrepreneurship.

Year 4
Industrial Attachment II, Measurement of Building Services, Civil Engineering Construction Technology, Tendering and Estimating, Research Project I & II, Measurement of Civil Engineering works, Contract Administration, Professional practice.


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