Students will be introduced to basic micro and macro economics principles.  Students will be further engaged in applying the tools to the built environments by selecting appropriate examples and research assignments.

This course provides the techniques used in building and construction drawing/drafting.

It includes the use of drawing instruments, line work, lettering, scale and symbols, geometric construction as well as freehand sketching. It enhances the full concept of the procedures to design and produce working drawings for residential buildings using a combination of different materials, both at the substructure and super structure stages.

This module is underpinned by the theory and principles learned in the Planning and Property Law and Valuation modules. It seeks to develop and integrate the various elements in the context of the management of operational and investment assets and to complement the Rural Land Management and Investment Valuation modules.

One of the main functional aspects of land economy is urban land management which requires the combination of several property disciplines. The module teaches the students the management objectives in relation to both public and private property and will provide students with an overview of activities as they relate to land management.

This module provides an introduction to Land Surveying with a focus on areas that have particular relevance to the built environment.  It teaches principles fundamental to the understanding of basic surveying conventions and procedures. Practical exercises will be an important component of this module.