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Diploma in Quantity Surveying

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With the vigorous industrial growth of the country, brought by strong domestic demands and substancial inflow of foreign investments, quantity surveying disciplines undoubtly play an important role in meeting the challenges ahead.

The Diploma in Quantity Surveying has been designed in collaboration with UiTM to train and equip students with sound technical knowledge and practical skills pertaining to the Quantity Surveying profession. It aims to produce graduates who are independent and confident to be absorbed into the working world or to seek professional qualifications locallly or overseas. The Diploma is awarded by Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM).

Entry Requirements

SPM / SPMV, at least 6 credits including Bahasa Malaysia, Mathematics/ Additional Mathematics, Science/Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Additional Science and a pass in BI.


  • Preparatory English
  • Co-Curriculum
  • Man and Manhaj of Al-Mighty
  • Economics
  • Measurement of Construction Works I, II, III, IV
  • Construction Technology I, II, III, IV
  • Principle of Structures
  • Information Technology I
  • Land Surveying
  • Mainstream English I, II
  • Co-Curriculum
  • Islamic Society and State
  • Building Services I, II
  • Construction Law
  • Islamic Development of Habitat and Environment
  • Construction Economics I, II
  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
  • Data Analysis I
  • Professional Practice I
  • Practical Training
  • Measurement of Construction Works V
  • Measurement of Civil Works
  • Constructions Technology V
  • Construction Economics III
  • Professional Practice II
  • Project Management I
  • Project

Career Opportunities

Employment opportunities are many and varied, and will depend on the level of academic achievement and experience.

The main areas of employmentare with building contractors and professional quantity surveyors, but opportunities also exist in property development, with mining houses, financial and insurance institutions and government departments.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 May 2012 03:54