BSc (Hons) in Construction
- Course Length1.5 Years
- Type of CoursePart Time
- Week Commencing04-02-2019
- Annual Fee£1983
MidKent College's BSc (Hons) in Construction is a top-up stage of the Foundation Degree/HND in Construction. Construction dissertation (double module)
This stage requires 120 credits (eight modules) to be attained from the following list. Specific required modules and options for each student will be agreed by the programme director.
Contracts and procurement
Economics and financial studies
Law and contract
Building construction (B)
Tendering and estimating
Refurbishment, maintenance and adaptation
The modules are internally assessed using a variety of methods and styles as appropriate to each module. Assessment methods include assignments, research projects, problem-solving case studies, practical tasks, group work, oral presentations, time-constrained assignments and formal examinations.
Other Important Info As the final stage of the BSc (Hons) degree the learning focuses upon application of previous learning, skills and knowledge attained
Learning is research-based with both independent and guided study to enable the student to produce work of a professional and academic standard
Lecturers will be supplemented with tutorial/practical support
Students will usually wish to purchase textbooks, although there are extensive library and online resources available
Ceremony costs apply for those wishing to attend the graduation
This programme is validated by the University of Kent
It will give designating letters BSc (Hons) and give exemption for the academic requirement for corporate membership of CIOB and a route to professional membership of other institutions.
Students will require 240 credits attained via a Foundation Degree or Higher National Diploma. An interview with the programme director will confirm the entry level.
Why Choose MidKent College? We provide some of the finest teaching and learning environments youâll find in a further education college in the country, having built a brand-new campus in Gillingham in 2009 and refurbished our Maidstone Campus in a redevelopment programme completed in 2016.
Both of our campuses are fully-equipped with workshops that simulate real working environments, equipment that replicates the latest technology students will find in the workplace, and commercial facilities that are open to the public.
The University Centre Maidstone (UCM) building at our Oakwood Park campus is a dedicated campus for university-level courses and professional training. In the 2016 National Student survey, our higher-education students gave the College a student satisfaction score of 91%, ranking us 27th out of the 375 institutions that took part.
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