UCT Quantity Surveying
UCT Quantity Surveying,
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying
Aims of the Programme
To provide employable professional graduates to the Quantity Surveying Profession; to fully satisfy the criteria for accreditation in terms of the requirements of the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession; the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors; and the Chartered Institute of Building .
Outcomes of the Programme
Upon completion of the BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying programme, the graduate is competent to:
- undertake financial planning and control of new and existing facilities;
- undertake property development and property portfolio management;
- value property;
- apply appropriate quantity surveying techniques to building and civil engineering projects;
- perform appropriate professional quantity surveying management functions;
- work effectively in teams; and
- undertake research and produce reports.
The minimum duration of the Degree Programme is one academic year of study.
A candidate shall complete approved courses with a value required to bring the total to a minimum of 164 credits and shall comply with all the prescribed curriculum requirements.
|Course Code||Course||UCT Credits||SAQA Credits|
|ACC2022S||Management Accounting I||18||18|
|CON4030F||Property Studies II||16||16|
|CON4032F||Measurement & Design Appraisal II||12||12|
|CON4033W||Applied Contract Law II||16||16|
|CON4037S||Civil Engineering Measurement||16||16|
|Electives||(minimum of 16 credits from:)|
|CON3044S||Globalisation & the Built Environment||18||18|
|CON4038F||Advanced Construction Management||16||16|
|CON4039S||Integrated Management Project||16||16|
|CON4045F||Housing Development & Management 1T||16||16|
- is a graduate of the BSc in Construction Studies degree from this University; or
- is the holder of any three-year bachelor’s degree of this, or any other university recognised for the purpose by the Senate as equivalent to the BSc in Construction Studies degree of this University; or has in any other manner attained a level of competence which in the opinion of the Senate is adequate for the purpose of admission.
- a weighted average of at least 60% for all courses undertaken for a bachelor’s degree with results for deferred (but not supplementary) examinations to be taken into account.
Please contact the Department on 021 650 3443 for detailed course information