The Bachelor of Quantity Surveying degree curriculum at the University of Nairobi covers a minimum of 9 semesters and one term and a maximum period of 18 semesters of 15 weeks each.
Candidates are expected to take a minimum load of 6 units and a maximum load of 9 units each semester.
The research project is equivalent to 4 course units.
The Bachelor of Quantity Surveying degree course at the University of Nairobi is delivered through an appropriate mixture of lectures, studio project, and small working groups dealing with relevant case studies and exercises, academic field study trips as well as seminars.
The Bachelor of Quantity Surveying degree course at the University of Nairobi is assessed through formal written examinations and continuous assessment tests.
Formal written examination are administered as per the prescribed University of Nairobi and faculty examination regulations.
Physical Environment, Descriptive Statistics, Introduction to Microeconomics, Introduction to Mathematics for Economists, Building technology, Applied Mathematics, Introduction to Law, Building Services I, Communication skills.
Building Services II, Inferential Statistics, Introduction to Macroeconomics, African Economic problems, Building Technology II, theory of structures I, Law of Contract, Intro to Elements of Philosophy, HIV/AIDS
Introduction to Land Surveying, Microeconomic Theory, Building Services III, Building Finishes and Fixtures, Law of Torts, Theory of Structures II, Principles of Measurements and Description of Building Works I, Urban and Regional Planning.
Commercial Law, Physical Environment in Building Design, Macroeconomic theory Construction Materials, Principles of Structural Design, Principles of Measurements and Description of Building Works II, Management I, Computing I, Environmental Management and Conservation in Construction.
Computing, Management II, Principals of Measurements and Description of Building Works III, construction Economics I, Advanced Construction Technology I, Property Law, Reinforced Concrete structure design, Entrepreneurship
Organisational Theory, Principles of Measurements and Description of Building works IV,
Housing Economics and Investment Appraisal Techniques, Construction Project Management, Advanced Construction Technology II, Costing for Building and Civil Engineering works, Civil Engineering Technology, Research Methods and Technology.
Civil engineering Measurement and Descriptive Works, Construction Economics II, Project Planning Techniques, Construction Maintenance, Building and Civil Engineering Law, Research Project
Quantity surveying Practice and Procedure, Cost Planning and Cost Control, Construction Plant and Equipment, Standard forms of Construction Contracts.