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There are no special entry requirements for the Bachelor of Construction programme other than those that qualify you for undergraduate study at Massey University. However, you will need to have a good understanding of Mathematics to at least Year 12 level. 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.
Previous study at tertiary level or relevant knowledge and skill gained through formal training may enable you to be granted credit towards your programme. If you have previously completed a New Zealand Diploma in either Quantity Surveying or Construction Management (Level 6) you may be eligible for credit for a number of Part 1 and 2 courses. You need to formally apply for credit when you apply for the qualification online. Your credit application and any documentation should be submitted as early as possible so you know of any credit awarded before you choose which courses to enrol in. You will be informed by letter whether credit can be granted.
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.
To find out how to plan your study and/or see what courses are necessary to complete your programme, please check the regulations. It will display the regulatory information for the programme you have selected.
To complete the Bachelor of Construction (Quantity Surveying) with three years of full-time study, you are required to pass courses to the value of 360 credits and undertake a minimum of 600 hours of approved industry work experience:
160.131 Mathematics for Business I
218.150 Introduction to Built Environment and Measuring Systems
218.151 Construction Health & Safety & Sustainable Buildings
218.172 Construction Technology: Residential
218.110 Construction Industry Work Experience I
218.210 Construction Industry Work Experience II
1 course from:
114.254 Employment Relations
125.230 Business Finance
127.341 Property Management and Development
152.386 Risk Management I
155.201 Law of Property
178.242 Land Economics
218.280 Construction Operations and Control
251.271 Occupational Health and Safety I
218.340 Construction Research Project
If you would like to find out more about the individual course requirements, please use our Course Search for each course, check for pre-requisites, co-requisites and restrictions that may affect you.
The Quantity Surveying Degree Planner may also assist you in planning, please note however that this planner is correct for 2019 but not yet confirmed for 2020.
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