Foundation Degree in Construction Engineering with Surveying
08 Jun 19
Foundation Degree in Construction Engineering with Surveying is a two year, full time course. Validated by Ulster University, this course is designed for students who are interested in a career in the construction industry and require a foundation degree to enhance employment prospects and/or to progress to higher academic study. The course focuses on the principles and technical aspects of building design and construction and includes a six-month work placement in the second year of the course. A wide range of careers could be available upon successful completion, including work in Construction Management, Site Engineering, Land, Building and Quantity Surveying disciplines. Subject areas covered throughout the course include: Construction Technology; Surveying Technology; BIM & CAD; Maths & Structures; Law and Contracts; Construction Measurement; Site Management; Building Maintenance & Adaptation and Project Development.
Depending on successful completion and grade achieved, progression is by articulation to the second year of Ulster University’s BSc Construction Engineering and Management or BSc Building Surveying with a further two years of study required. Alternatively you can undertake further study for a degree in another construction-related discipline or progress to employment within the construction industry.
Course fees relate to year one of this two –year course.
Over and above the tuition fees, you may incur extra costs associated with your studies, which you will need to plan for. As part of your studies the college will arrange and facilitate site visits and study trips. Where possible the Department will seek to subsidise costs; however, there will be a contribution from the students of approximately £25 per year.
For Mathematics & Structures and Environmental Science & Materials a scientific calculator will be required (approximately £12).
You may also choose to purchase your own textbooks and course materials or prefer your own computer and software. Computer Aided Design software used on the course is available as free student copies from supplies websites.
All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.
Patrick Warde, tel: 028 9026 5382 or email: [email protected]