You will undertake 4 modules each year/stage, generally two 20 credit modules each term.
In stage one you will learn the technical and legal aspects of building surveying along with an understanding of the costs and economics of construction. In stage 2, you will develop this further and include knowledge on the drivers of Property value, an introduction to construction management and an introduction to computer aided design (CAAD)
In stages 3 and 4, you will then progress on to develop an in-depth knowledge of building construction and technology and an understanding of maintenance, construction project and property management and property, and develop your skills in diagnosing building defects and identifying appropriate strategies to remedy these defects, and develop and awareness of building control and fire engineering.
In your final stages you will gain enhanced skills in areas of building pathology and contract administration and then apply your skills in a multi-disciplinary project and in your honours dissertation.