First Year: Modules introduce the basic themes of building and the roles of the relevant professions. This is coupled with an introduction to other subjects including economics, law, technology and statistics. The historical aspect of buildings is also studied. Students undertake a residential study tour.
Second Year: Gives more detailed consideration to the knowledge base required in construction and property, whilst further developing the economic, legal, technical and managerial knowledge.
Third Year: Differing disciplines within the Programme follow their own modules to develop the specialist skills required: building adaptation for building surveyors; cost control for quantity surveyors; and site management and planning for construction managers. Students undertake a week-long study tour to a European city.
Fourth Year: Students apply the acquired knowledge and skills through project work and personal research and have the chance to tailor their studies by choosing their programme from a range of options.
2020 entry requirements:
Standard entry: 4 or 5 Highers at AABB or BBBBC plus English and Maths at National 5.
Widening access entry: 4 Highers at BBBC plus English and Maths at National 5.
For entry to Level 2 you would require 2 Advanced Highers at BC plus 5 Highers at BBBBC.
School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society
Construction Project Management and Quantity Surveying