Qualification & Code
Bachelor of Construction: Construction Management

Campus

Duration of Programme

Enrolment Option(s)

SAQA Credits

NQF Level

Admission Requirements

Selection and/ or interview

Bloemfontein

3 Years

Semester 1

374

7

National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification

Selection

Additional Admission Requirements

For candidates who matriculated in 2007 or before:

Candidates who matriculated in 2007 or before must have obtained at least a minimum of 50% on Standard Grade or 40% on Higher Grade in Mathematics, or Candidates who matriculated from 2008 onwards must have a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with a minimum score of 32 or more points on the CUT scoring scale in the Grade 12 examination and must have obtained at least a minimum of 60-69% in English and Mathematics, and Physical Science.

 

For candidates who completed the NSC in 2008 and thereafter:

The minimum entry requirement is the Senior Certificate (before 2008); National    Senior Certificate or the National Certificate (Vocational) (from 2008) with appropriate subject combinations and levels of achievement, as defined in the Government Gazette, Vol. 751, No 32131 of 11 July 2008, and in the Government Gazette, Vol. 533, No. 32743, November 2009. Alternatively, a Higher Certificate or an Advanced Certificate or Diploma in a cognate field may satisfy the minimum admission requirements. English, Mathematics, and Physical Science are required at minimum NQF level 4.

 

Career Opportunities

Employment opportunities for graduates of the programme exist in built environment. These include building construction, building maintenance, building restoration and asset management. Graduates may become part of a design or development team, be self-employed or act as consultants to the construction industry. Graduates may choose varying and challenging careers across a range of sectors including:

  • Construction management/project management consultancies.
  • Construction and specialist trade companies.
  • Design and build companies.
  • Buildings renovation and restoration companies.
  • Property developers and consortia.
  • Local authorities and regulatory bodies.
  • National departments and implementing agencies.
  • State Owned Enterprises.
  • Property management companies.

 

1ST YEAR

2ND YEAR

3RD YEAR

INSTRUCTIONAL OFFERINGS

English and Communication Studies
Digital Literacy

CMT10BE

Construction Mathematics

CQS10BE

Quantity Surveying 1

COM10BE

Construction Management 1

RCM10BE

Residential Construction Methods

UDS10BE

Urban Development and Sustainability

CMR10BE

Construction Materials

DCO10BE

Design and Construction

CBS20BE

Building Services

CDL20BE

Construction and Development Law

UDE20BE

Urban Development Economics

CCM20BE

Commercial Construction Methods

COM20BE

Construction Management 2

CCA20BE

Contract Administration

CSC20BE

Structures and Concrete

PPA20BE

Project Planning and Administration

COA30BE

Construction Accounting

COM30BE

Construction Management 3

MMC30BE

Modern Methods of Construction

CSS30BE

Construction Surveying

WIL30BE

Work-integrated learning (WIL)

CPP30BE

Construction Practice Project

PAE30BE

Price Analysis and Estimating

For more information contact: Department of Built Environment

Apply to CUT

 

Created: 03 May 2017

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