BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying

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SUMMARY

The degree program leading to “Bachelor of Science Honours in Quantity Surveying- BScHons (QS)”, is a four year fulltime degree program offered by Sri Lanka Technological Campus. The programme has been developed in comparable with the main levels of competencies highlighted by well reputed local and international Quantity Surveying Professional institutions like Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Sri Lanka (IQSSL) and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

The curriculum is based on “Outcome Based Education (OBE)” principles with clearly defined qualification descriptors, Programme outcomes, module delivery and assessment methods, targeting a student centered, blended teaching and learning exposure with a mix of conventional and modern ICT based learning tools. The main subject areas comprises of basic courses in science, mathematics, English, computing, basic QS courses, core QS courses, projects, industrial training and complementary courses which include management, humanities and social sciences, economics, arts and professional ethics. Upon completion, the programme enables the graduates to develop critical analytical abilities and the necessary core knowledge and skills for entry into the Quantity Surveying profession or to continue postgraduate studies leading to advanced degrees. The curriculum also blends number of course materials considered essential for all Quantity Surveyors not only to be technically proficient but also to be effective in team work, leadership and communication with professionals in other disciplines and also with community as a whole.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

At least three (3) “S” grades for all three subjects in one sitting within three (3) attempts from the G.C.E A/L Examination conducted by the Department of Examinations, Sri Lanka, including; “Combined Mathematics or Higher Mathematics” and any two of the following
Subjects:

– Accounting
– Economics
– Business Statistics
– Business Studies
– Physics
– Chemistry
– Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

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