Accredited courses on offer; YOUR FUTURE.
The accreditation means that you can gain professional membership at either chartered or incorporated engineering level.
Both chartered and incorporated engineers are viewed as key personnel within the industry.
Chartered engineers are primarily concerned with the progress of technology through innovation, creativity and change, while incorporated engineers are concerned with the application of current technology at the highest levels.
The full range of courses includes:
BEng Civil Engineering
BEng Civil and Structural Engineering
BEng Civil and Environmental Engineering
BEng Civil Engineering and Management
(all leading to chartered engineer status)
BEng Civil Engineering Construction
BEng Civil Engineering Design
BSc Civil Engineering
HND Civil Engineering
(all leading to incorporated engineer status)
The School of the Built Environment also offers a 'half degree' in property management which can be combined with 'half degrees' in business or law.
The resulting qualifications are ideal for those undertaking property and facilities management, contract planning, acquisitions or facilities planning.
It is estimated that in the public sector alone there are more than 300 billion housing and educational buildings in need of maintenance and repair.
Graduates from this course will be able to manage and maintain building stock cost effectively, applying business discipline to the property sector.
The course has been developed in consultation with representatives from housing associations, estate agents, property developers and estate management departments.
It is anticipated that the graduates will find employment as property/maintenance managers for a variety of organisations in the private and public sector.
If you would like further information about the BA (Hons) business and property management degree, the property management 'half degrees' or any other courses, contact the School of the Built Environment on 024 7688 8584.
From August 16 call the clearing hotline on 0870 6071700.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Aug 17, 2000|
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