Bond University

Diploma of Built Environment

Bond University

Course details

CRICOS course code: 098537A

Level of study: Pathways to Undergraduate

Summary

The Diploma of Built Environment provides a foundation for a career in various property sectors. This program enables students to specialise in either property, construction management and quantity surveying, or sustainable environments and planning. Successful completion of the program provides students with a pathway to most Bond University undergraduate degrees, with a possible 80 credit points credited towards their next program of study. Students are advised to check the degree study structures online to confirm for which subjects they may receive credit.

Structure and subjects

Mandatory subjects

BCAS01-020 Academic Skills*

BCDP02-101 Critical Thinking and Communication (CORE11-001)

BCDP02-102 Leadership and Team Dynamics (CORE11-002)

BCDP02-103 Ethical Thought and Action (CORE11-003)

Students must complete the mandatory subjects above, plus five elective subjects pertaining to the mainstream undergraduate program (refer to sequencing plans below).

Structure to articulate to the Bachelor of Sustainable Environments & Planning

Please choose five of the following

BCDP02-058 Land Economy and the Environment (SSUD11-105)

BCDP02-029 Environmental and Economic Impact Assessment (SSUD12-212)

BCDP02-027 Sustainable Development and Society (SSUD11-102)

BCDP02-032 Strategic Land Use and Planning (SDUP12-201)

BCDP02-036 Planning Processes (SSUD11-300)

BCDP02-031 Spatial Information Systems (SSUD12-200)

BCDP02-060 Marine and Coastal Environments (SDES11-109)

BCDP02-030 Principles of Urban Design (SSUD12-220)

BCDP02-055 Economic and Social Foundations of Planning (SSUD12-208)

Structure to articulate to the Bachelor of Property

Please choose five of the following

BCDP02-062 Understanding Buildings 1 (SSUD11-101)

BCDP02-058 Land Economy and the Environment (SSUD11-105)

BCDP02-061 Real Estate Property Rights (SSUD11-106)

BCDP02-027 Sustainable Development and Society (SSUD11-102)

BCDP02-036 Planning Processes (SSUD11-300)

BCDP02-008 Accounting for Decision Making (ACCT11-100)

Structure to articulate to the Bachelor of Construction Management & Quantity Surveying

Students must complete the mandatory subjects, plus BCDP02-062 Understanding Buildings 1 (SSUD11-101), plus four electives from the below.

BCDP02-059 Managing Projects (SSUD12-103)

BCDP02-058 Land Economy and the Environment (SSUD11-105)

BCDP02-027 Sustainable Development and Society (SSUD11-102)

BCDP02-036 Planning Processes (SSUD11-300)

BCDP02-056 Introduction to the Property and Construction Industries (SSUD11-103)

*BCAS01-020 Academic Skills is a compulsory 0 credit point subject that provides you with core academic skills including referencing, academic writing and time management. It must be completed in your first semester (Weeks 2 to 6).

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Course opportunities

Start date: 11 May 2020
07 September 2020
Duration: 2 semesters (8 months)
Study mode: Full time
Address

Bond University College

14 University Drive
Gold Coast Queensland 4226
Australia

Entry criteria

Applicants must have an India Senior Secondary School Certificate average of 35% (awarded by CBSE or CISCE) or, 50% (from all other Boards) in 4 academic subjects. Students from other countries should have country specific requirements equivalent to India.

Pass in Bond University College EAP Level 2 or

IELTS 6 (no subscore less than 5.5)

Address

Bond University
14 University Drive
Gold Coast Queensland 4226
Australia