Bachelor of Science in Construction Studies
This degree equips students with a wide range of skills and knowledge required of a managerial role in the construction industry. Over the three years of study, students are challenged with aspects that deal with design, construction and engineering technology as well as subjects such as economics, statistics, human resource management, commercial and contract law, costing, surveying and professional communication. Practical experience is a component in all three years’ curricula.
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Construction Management
This one year postgraduate degree follows the undergraduate programme in Construction Studies and results in a professional qualification as a Construction Manager. Graduates will be qualified to identify, analyse and solve problems in the field of construction assembly and manage the construction process. The degree provides graduates with the necessary foundation to specialize further in project management, property management and housing at Masters level.
Bachelor of Science in Property Studies
This programme exposes students to a broad knowledge base including finance, economics, property law, and appropriate communication and computer skills. In addition, students develop particular skills in property valuation and development. These include evaluating and structuring finance for property investments, assessing feasibility and risk in property developments, valuing property assets, managing property portfolios, designing and implementing facilities management programmes, and managing the procurement of buildings.
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Property Studies
This programme is intended for students who have completed a BSc in Property Studies and who wish to advance their knowledge and skills, and gain further insight by specializing in particular aspects of property valuation and management. The qualification provides the necessary foundation for specialization at Masters level in various fields such as: property development and management; project management; housing development; and facilities management.
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quantity Surveying
This one-year postgraduate degree follows the undergraduate programme 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.