CC61 - Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours)
At a glance
Study the Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours) and equip yourself with the skills needed to work in the Australian building industry – an industry that has recently seen significant growth due to factors such as a rising population.
|Rank||OP: 16 SR: 65 ATAR: 60.45|
|Duration||6 years part-time|
|Recommended study||QTAC: English (4, SA) and Maths A or B (4, SA)|
|Intake dates||March, July|
|QTAC Code||Distance: 851365|
|VTAC Code||Distance: 1700110411|
|UAC Code||Distance: 1602511|
* OP/SR/ATAR details provided on this page are from Term 1, 2017. Entry ranks are to be used as a guide only as they are subject to change each year.
Building Surveyors interpret and enforce laws and regulations controlling building and construction. Upon completion of the Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours) you will be able to pursue employment opportunities within:
- federal, state and local government departments and authorities
- private certification practices
- building industry licensing boards.
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours) you will have satisfied the educational requirements to be a Building Surveyor under a state licensing authority.
Completing the Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours) prepares you to become a Building Surveyor and certify buildings of all classes in the residential and commercial sectors.
You will learn to evaluate and assess plans, conduct inspections, issue building permits such as occupancy permits and interpret building and construction regulations. This will enable you to advise clients of suitable industry practices once you enter the workforce.
You will develop skills that are highly desired by employers and study areas including building legislation and auditing, fire safety design and inspection procedures, construction, building materials, services, professional practice and communication, and principles of sustainability.
Gain practical industry knowledge as you learn directly from professionals working in building and construction, and on completion of the required units you may be eligible to receive interim or exit awards.
You will benefit from the flexibility to study this course part-time and by distance education and may choose to work in the industry and gain practical experience while studying to further enhance your employability.
Why Study at CQUniversity
Discover our range of built environment and design education and training options designed to develop confident and capable building industry professionals.
Study your way
CQUniversity is one of the few universities offering built environment and design courses by distance education, enabling you to study from anywhere in Australia, when and how it suits you.
Up-to-date and industry relevant
Our strong links with industry ensure that you gain a practical understanding of the latest industry innovations, industry codes and practices and the ability to interpret the appropriate documentation and regulations.
You will also learn about materials selection and usage, communication, planning and ethics, making you well-rounded in your knowledge and increasing your employability.
Construct your future career
If you have a keen interest in the building and construction industry and like to build, plan, manage or design, then built environment and design might be the area for you.
During your studies you will be guided by skilled lecturers and academics in the field while sharing and networking with like-minded students within our online learning environment.
Our built environment and design courses and units have been developed to help you build a solid foundation for your future and allow you to reach your career goals.
Structure and assessment
You are required to complete a total of 30 core units to graduate with a Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours).
For example units you could study as part of the Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours) course please click here.
As CQUniversity is committed to providing quality, up-to-date and relevant education, please note units are refreshed regularly and may not be an exact indication of unit availability for your study. Please call 13 27 86 if you have specific questions regarding unit information regarding your specific application.
OP: 16 , SR: 65 , ATAR: 60.45
OP = Overall Position (QLD school leavers), SR = Selection Rank (mature age students), ATAR = Australian Tertiary Admission Rank
To successfully complete your studies, you may be required to demonstrate that you can meet course requirements associated with your course. For more information on these course requirements please view the ‘Course Requirements’ section found under the ‘What do I need to start?’ page under the ‘Getting Started’ tab of the Student Handbook . Additional information on student placements and work integrated learning can also be found in the Student Handbook, on the ‘Course Features’ page under ‘Getting Started’.
If you have English as your second language (international or domestic students born outside of Australia, Canada, NZ, UK, Ireland, South Africa or USA), you need to meet different English language proficiency requirements depending on the level of study and/or program you wish to undertake. Click here for more details.
Fees and scholarships
Degree-level students should check their Offer Letter to confirm the type of place they have been offered as this determines which fees apply to their enrolment. Students offered
- Commonwealth supported places are liable to pay Student Contributions;
- domestic full-fee places are liable to pay Tuition Fees;
- international full-fee places are liable to pay International Tuition Fees.
In addition to these fees, degree-level students pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee. NOTE: Some students who are exempt from paying Student Contributions and Tuition Fees, e.g. Research Higher Degree candidates, will be required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee.
Fees are calculated upon enrolment, and recalculated after any enrolment change made prior to census date. Fees are also recalculated after administrative changes or updates are made to a student record, e.g. changes to citizenship status or Fee Liability Category.
Once calculated, fees can be viewed by logging into MyCentre, which also allows students to view and print Fee Notices on demand. The due date for payment is detailed on the Fee Notice.
PLEASE NOTE that paper Fee Notices are not issued by CQUniversity – students must access their Fee Notices in MyCentre.
For current degree-level fee schedules and information about HELP schemes, please select from the following:
Please see our Scholarships site for scholarships that you may be interested in.
How to Apply
You've made an excellent choice. Now that you've decided to train or study at CQUniversity, the next step is to apply, and we're here to assist you every step of the way.
You can lodge your application to study at CQUniversity via one of the following Tertiary Admission Centres:
- Queensland Tertiary Admission Centre (QTAC)
- South Australia Tertiary Admission Centre (SATAC)
- Universities Admission Centre (UAC)
- Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC)
- Western Australia (Apply WA).
Use the table below to find your relevant Tertiary Admission Centre depending on where you live, and where/how you wish to study:
Should you require assistance please contact our Student Advice team.
|Undergraduate||Apply through QTAC||Apply through UAC||Apply through SATAC||Apply through VTAC||Apply through Apply WA||Apply through your state tertiary admissions centre, if the program is not listed, apply through QTAC|
For more information on applying for Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours), please click here.