Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics
As the businessperson of the construction world the Quantity Surveyor is a mix of an Accountant, a Solicitor and a Building Manager. Quantity Surveyors have expertise in cost planning and controlling of construction projects, estimating, procurement, tendering and contracts administrative processes. In Year 3, a four-month work placement provides an opportunity for practical learning for each student.
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Galway City, Dublin Road
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Why Study this course?
Options for progression are available for graduates to proceed to year 4 of the BSc (Honours) in Construction Economics and Quantity Surveying programme in GMIT or elsewhere.
The programme incorporates both group and individual project work relevant to the surveying profession and is delivered in an equal mix of lectures and practical work
Small class sizes mean a more focused learning environment