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Level of Study
Next start date
Expected Feb 2024
Specialise in Quantity Surveying for your Bachelor of Construction at Massey
The Bachelor of Construction will help you become a construction expert, contributing to all sectors of the construction industry.
Skills employers seek
You’ll work on projects from initiation to completion. You’ll be helping them to stay on track financially. It’s a challenging and interesting role where you’ll be looked to for your problem-solving skills to help the project go to plan.
Massey’s Bachelor of Construction (Quantity Surveying) will teach you all the skills you need to be a sought-after quantity surveyor.
Digital technology is integral to your learning
Extensive use is made of digital technology during your study. It is embedded across most of your courses. You will use cutting edge software for measurement and costing All courses have an online teaching component and you can ask or answer questions during lectures. Core courses in quantity surveying will teach you vital skills such as: Computer Aided Drawing (CAD), computer modelling of buildings (BIM, Augmented and Virtual Reality).
Although you need to choose a major when you enrol, you can change from one major to another after one year of study.
You can also choose to complete your final year in distance mode. So you can continue to study while gaining valuable work experience and starting to earn the excellent salaries that are available to you with your qualification.
Your first year
You will learn about building and construction, materials and computer-aided design. Along with this, you’ll gain knowledge in administration, law, finance and construction economics. You’ll also be introduced to the built environment and measuring systems.
If you successfully complete this qualification you could progress to a postgraduate qualification in construction like the Postgraduate Diploma in Construction and the Master of Construction.
A Bachelor of Construction in Quantity Surveying is a good fit if you:
enjoy applied economics and mathematics
enjoy working in teams, but you are also comfortable working independently
are interested in a career offering great salaries.
All students must meet university entrance requirements to be admitted to the University.
There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification, outside of university admission regulations.
If you do not have a strong background in mathematics, but do have an entrance qualification, then you will likely need to take an additional maths course at foundation level, either before or during the first year of your degree.
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