This two year, part-time course provides the educational requirements for practice as a Planning and Development Surveyor. It also serves the purpose of broadening the knowledge and skill base of professionals working in the built environment field. Course Content
Year 1: Spatial Planning Planning Practice 1 Building Technology 2 Valuations 1 Valuations 2 Valuations 3 Public Administration & Law 2 Health & Safety Urban Land Economics Taxation Seminars 1
Year 2: Urban Design 2 Property Development 1 Data Coll. Anal.1 Valuations 4 Property Law Construction Management Property Development 2 Property Finance A Property Finance B Infrastructure Planning Practice 2 Seminars 2
Enrolment to this course takes place in alternative years.
Entry to holders of recognised professional qualifications in planning, architecture, surveying, engineering, law, accountancy, or an appropriate honours degree (2.2 grade or higher), and a minimum of three years post-certification suitable work experience in the built environment field.
10 May 2017
Recipient: Dublin Institute of Technology
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