This is a 3 year degree program which can lead to 4 years upon completing the MSc in Quantity Surveying. The first two years of the degree program will be conducted as Pearson BTEC HND in Quantity Surveying as mapped and approved by Kingston University, London. At the year 3, students will follow the final year of BSc (Hons) program in Kingston University, London. Students with HND or equivalent qualification can join the final year (Top-up Degree).
The course aims to cultivate technical and managerial proficiency inquantity surveying including the ability to tackle awide variety of practical problems.The course emphasizes the development of a professional attitude to management,design,maintenance,sustainability,quality and safety.This BSc course has retained the development of practical skills and experimentation through the use of laboratories,site visits and field courses.
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This module aims to help you explore the principles and theories of project management applied in the context of construction. It introduces you to project management standards and
documentation and reviews the project manager’s role throughout the project lifecycle. The module places emphasis on project planning and control techniques. It further considers a range
of soft skills project managers need to posses to lead and manage project teams effectively. The module is taught by a series of lectures and workshops and you will be expected to take an active part in applying to worked examples within the workshop format. Assessment is by coursework and an examination.
This module integrates knowledge and skills you acquired in the complete suite of modules of this programme. It enables you to develop a deeper understanding of cross subject synergies.
The module provides the framework for advanced practical applications of quantity surveying knowledge and skills into consultancy practice scenarios. You will learn how to develop and
18 implement a consultancy strategy and provide reasoned advice and complete solutions to clients on a wide range of issues. You will be expected to think strategically, innovate and develop your own skills awareness and development needs. The module is delivered by keynote lectures and workshops. Assessment is by coursework including a brief based on a short residential field trip.
This module builds on your existing knowledge of the law and professional practice related to your subject-specific route and further develops your analytical and critical skills when
encountering legal and professional practice problems. Knowledge of professional liability law is developed together with other aspects of professional practice ethical, legal and due diligence requirements. This module also ensures that you have developed a holistic understanding of sustainability as it applies to built environment professional practice. The module is taught by a series of lectures and practical skills based application seminars. Assessment is by coursework assignments, one of which normally includes oral argument and debate.
This module provides an opportunity for you in your final year of study to initiate, design and execute a small-scale research project under supervision. You will have the opportunity to study in depth a relevant topic, which you find particularly stimulating and to further develop and practice your research skills, which you have acquired at earlier levels of your programme of study.