On successful completion of the Bachelor of Quantity Surveying, graduates will be eligible for registration as Candidate Quantity Surveying Technologist with the Namibia Council for Architects and Quantity Surveyors (NCAQS) in terms of Acts 13 of 1979, and Act 11 of 1992.
On completion of this programme, students should be eligible to register with the Namibian Council of Town and Regional Planners.
The programme includes the study of why and how (and with what consequences) societies intervene, shape, organise and change natural and build environments in order to secure an agreed range of social economic and environmental objectives.
Aims at consolidating and deepening the knowledge and skills of students in the main cognate area of learning, as well as developing their capacity to conduct research of an applied nature.
Graduates will be given a theoretical and applied knowledge of regional and rural development issues, public administration and management tasks as well as natural resources protection and management.
The Bachelor of Architecture Honours (B. Arch Hons) programme is a one-year professional degree programme and will be awarded to students credited with a minimum of 127 credits at NQF Level 8.
The Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) is a 3 three-year degree programme and will be awarded to students credited with a minimum of 400 credits at NQF level 7. Planning, design and construction of buildings