Quantity Surveying manages the economics of built environment projects throughout the entire building lifecycle, from initial design to construction, and on the cost of the building in use.
Building Technology, Built Environment Communications and Scholarship Skills, Surveying Methods, Introduction to Construction Profession, Economics for the Built Environment, Detailing and Specification.
Management for the Built Environment, Measurement, Value and Cost Studies (Cost Planning), Environment and Services, Building Structure and Technology, Law and Procurement.
Management for the Built Environment, Research Methods, Value and Cost Studies (Contractors’ Estimating), Measurement, Commercial and Contract Administration. 1 option from Industrial Placement, Exchange Programme, Simulated Professional Practice.
Dissertation, Value and Cost Studies (Post Contract Cost Control), Construction Management, Measurement. 1 option from Advanced Construction Technology or Introduction to Energy Industry.
2021 entry requirements:
4 Highers at BBCC (BCC or CCCC for widening access entry) including English or another English based subject plus Maths or a science subject at National 5 if not held at Higher.
The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment