BA In Quantity Surveying Technicians and construction At University of Johannesburg‎ (UJ)

Studying quantity surveying provides you with specialist knowledge in cost planning, procurement processes and the management of construction projects.

You’ll also gain an understanding of health and safety, legal, financial, political and economic issues and how these impact on construction processes, as well as ethical practices and sustainability

Programme: BUILDING
Minimum APS:26

Group A Group B
Career: Quantity Surveying Technicians and construction
Campus :DFC
Languages:4 (50%+)
Mathematics:4 (50%+)
Mathematical Literacy;
Life Orientation:4 (50%+)
Subjects:4 (50%+)
English:4 (50%+)
Additional Recognised
Language:4 (50%+)
Physical Science:4 (50%+)
Subject 2:4 (50%+)
Subject 3:4 (50%+)

To become a qualified Quantity Surveyor or Building Surveyor, you would need to complete an Undergraduate Degree in a related field or look out for any degree approved by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and/or the Chartered Institute of Building