This one-year postgraduate degree follows the undergraduate program in Construction Studies and results in a professional qualification as a Quantity Surveyor. Quantity Surveyors work closely with other professionals on construction projects and are responsible for the financial and contractual management of projects.
Aims of the Program
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 Program
Upon completion of the BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying program, 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.
A person shall not be admitted as a candidate for the degree unless he or she:
- 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 recognized 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 are 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.
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