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Construction Management 1

The company and its environment; customer profile; partners of demand; type of service or product provided; formation and growth of the firm; corporate objectives; organizations and structure.  Corporate strategy:  Strategic planning; tactical planning.  In search of excellence work ethics, company system; innovative method; construction markets; competitive bidding.  Financial Management:  Flow of funds and control.   

Land Measurement Sciences

The objective of this course unit is to cover areas such as the definition of scales of measurement and measurement standards. The human eye as an optical instrument: analysis of random measurement errors, optical measurement systems, mechanical measurement systems, electronic measurement systems, acoustic measurement systems, and their respective settings and standards.    

Real Estate Finance & Taxation

Theory and system or real estate taxation, real estate investment, development, feasibility studie

Land Economics II

This course considers the land market and its characteristics; the nature of economic rent and theories of von Thune, Ricardo etc; the relationships of economic rent to contract arrangements’ land/property values and land use allocation; concepts of land values; development of the theory of location, land uses and land values patterns of land values and issues concerning betterment and worsenment; the concept of economic welfare, externalities and public goods; cost benefit analysis; environmental impact assessment.     

Construction Production Management (3,0,3)

This course aims to develop students’ appreciation of the importance of various aspects in construction planning, management, safety and quality assurance, and how these aspects interrelate to facilitate the site communication and co-ordination of construction projects.  Identify aspects in building production management which are important to construction professionals.  Monitor and control construction work progress through interpreting production programmes produced using programming techniques.

Housing Development & Management* (3,0,3)

High, medium and low density housing development in terms of the entire procurement production process.  Factors directly involved in the process and other issues that impact on it including government housing policy, regulatory instruments, the commercial and social environment, land subdivision, property titling, urban planning, construction, financing and marketing.  Current practices and future trends in various countries.  International approaches to housing procurement.  Quality in housing

Building Finishes and Fixtures (3,0,3)

This course considers the construction details of the various types of finishes and fixtures in buildings including doors and windows and their fittings; paneling; plastering and rendering; claddings; ceramic finishes; painting; floor finishes and wall papering.  

Construction Technology II (4,0,4)

This course considers framed structures:  multi-storey frames, structural materials, performance under loads, movements/expansion joints.  Pad and pile foundations, underpinning, dewatering, retaining walls, basement tanking.  Suspended floors:  types, performance and construction details.  Concrete flat and pitched roofs, construction and water proofing details.  Concrete stairs:  types, construction details.  Cladding and formwork, precise units, prefabrication and assembly. 

Elements of Property Law (3,0,3)

Uganda.  The nature and content of property right, and introduction to notion of property and the classification of property rights; consideration of interests in land encumbrances and servitude; tenure systems and ownership of landed property rights, and social control of land use; the registration of property rights in Uganda, the alienation and extinction of property rights in Uganda; the alienation and extinction of property rights. 

Principles of Accounting for Surveyors (3,0,3)

This course provides a basic understanding of the key financial statements and how transactions affect those financial statements.  The internal controls and why they exist in organizations.  Analysis of financial statements and make decisions using those statements.Introduction to elements of financial and management accounting; application of computers in accounting. 

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