Programmes Leading to PolyU-SPEED Awards
|Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Surveying|
|Awarding Institution||School of Professional Education and Executive Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Programme Starting Date||04 Sep 2017|
|Aims and Objectives||The Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Surveying aims to equip students with fundamental knowledge and skills in the inter-disciplinary professions of land, property and construction for their employability and lifelong learning. The Programme underpins surveying studies with the disciplines of economics, law, management and technology. Graduates will enter the professions of building surveying, quantity surveying, planning and development, property and facility management or general practice surveying as trainees with full potentials to become full-fledged professional surveyors and finally take leading and strategic roles in the profession and business of land, property and construction and make contributions to the community through their chosen professional services.|
^ This programme is transferred from the Department of Building and Real Estate (BRE) of PolyU with core elements of the existing programme remaining unchanged. The programme curriculum and subjects to be offered are subject to the final approval by PolyU by mid-2017.
|Normal Duration||4 years (Part-time mode)|
|Medium of Instruction||English (except for subjects with Chinese requirements)|
|Programme Leader||Dr Edmund Wut (BSc, MPhil, MBA, Med, MSc, PhD, SrMIIE, MCIM, Chartered Marketer)|
|Professional Recognition||The programme is transferred from the Department of Building and Real Estate (BRE) of PolyU with the core elements of the existing programme remaining unchanged. PolyU SPEED, with the support from BRE, is now seeking the continuation of the recognition from the professional bodies concerned after the programme transfer.|
The existing part-time Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Surveying offered by BRE has been accredited by the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) in the five disciplines of the surveying professions, namely Building Surveying (BS), General Practice (GP), Planning and Development (PD), Property and Facility Management (PFM) and Quantity Surveying (QS). Accreditation by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) for the existing programme is under review.