Quantity Surveying & Commercial Management - BSc (Hons) full-time
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Why choose this course? Here we will give you a challenging academic environment that is focused on bringing out the best in you. Benefit from established close working relationships with industry that provides placement opportunities at various stages of the programme Take advantage of internationally recognised courses, professionally accredited by organisations including the Chartered Institute of Builders (CIOB) and the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) Learn from accessible, multidisciplinary staff who utilise a variety of innovative teaching methods to encourage practical application of theory Undertake hands-on practical work in extensive laboratories containing the latest surveying equipment and industry-standard software Benefit from working in small groups and receiving personal attention in most sessions Course overview **PLEASE NOTE: Applications are only being accepted for Year 2 and 3 of this course** BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying & Commercial Management will equip you with the knowledge and practical skills for a career in these sectors of the construction industry or enhance your opportunities for career development if you are already working in these areas. By studying on this course you will learn the practical and theoretical disciplines involved in quantity surveying and commercial management. You will develop the ability to apply financial and commercial management skills to construction projects from inception to completion and be able to resolve financial and legal problems, give advice on procurement methods and apply project management techniques. On completion of your studies you will be able to provide...
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What you'll learn on the course
- Full Time
- IT Management
- Construction Training
- Skills and Training
- Financial Training
- Part Time
You will learn the relevant applied skills of quantity surveying and commercial management. You will learn about the technology and economics of construction techniques and processes, the various methods of procuring and administering construction projects, and predicting and controlling project costs. The use of value engineering and management techniques are also explored.
You will build an understanding of management skills in the construction industry and will develop your presentation, IT and oral and written communication skills.What you will study Level 1
Analytical Methods; Communications; Construction Technology; CAD; Design and Technology; Environmental Studies; Legal Frameworks; Measurement and Cost Studies; Surveying; Interdisciplinary Project.Level 2
Building and Environmental Technology; Construction Project Economics; Contract Procedures and Procurement; Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management; Research Methods and Professional Practice; Estimating Procedures and Techniques.Level 3
Commercial Management; Construction Technology; Dissertation; Interdisciplinary Project; Risk and Value Management.