BSc of Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics*

Programme Description

The professional Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economist manage all costs associated with construction and infrastructure projects. The goal is to minimize costs while ensuring the highest possible quality of construction and the application of existing regulations.

The BSc of Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics in Neapolis is structured in such way that theory with practice blend harmoniously with the sole aim of the student to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for the profession of Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economist.

Since the primary design stage of a project development, execution stages, and until its completion, the Quantity Surveyors and Construction Economists are involved largely in economic, legal and technical perspectives. The range of work is wide and can be made either in the field or working in the office. Their duties, among others, are summarized below:

  • Preparing contracts including accounts and amounts of building materials
  • Analysis and Measurement of executed works and their cost
  • Estimate the cost required for building renovation
  • Payment Arrangement
  • Perform feasibility studies, with sensitivity analysis and risk management
  • Preparation of analytical reports
  • Construction Site Task Management

Construction Economists are the most sought after professionals in the construction sector.

* The BSc in Land Surveying Engineering is in the process of approval by the Ministry of Education and Culture.

Programme Structure

To complete the BSc in Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics, the student must successfully complete 38 core courses, four electives and a dissertation.


The Dissertation of the Bachelor in Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics is Equivalent to 12 ECTS. The subject may be purely of academic nature or derived through real a workplace of a Quantity Surveyor or a Construction Economist, and being prepared under the supervision of a Professor. The student in Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics has the opportunity to specialize even further and prepare for the employment market, using his knowledge and gaining practical experience.

Career Prospects

This is a very interesting science that combines the sciences of Civil Engineering and of an Economist. The demand for professional Quantity Surveyors and Construction Economics is diachronically high, with excellent employment prospects and very good working conditions.

Duration of Studies

The BSc in Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics is four years.

It is the introductory year in Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics which students lay the foundations for courses in subsequent years. Includes introductory courses such as Economics, Design using computer, Static, Mathematics, Psychology, Business Administration, Introduction to Construction Site Management and Computer Programming.


In this year, the student in Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics is taught lessons such as Introduction to Real Estate, Accounting, Finance, Measurement Construction, Urban Economics, Manufacturing, Organizational Behaviour, Economic Theory, and there is an elective course.

This year is very important since the student in the BSc of Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics will be taught Real Estate Economics, Geographic Information Systems, Company Finance, Structural Mechanics, Soil Mechanics and Foundations, Field engineering, and is also offered the second elective.

This is the last year of the Bachelor of Quantity Surveyor and Construction Economics includes the Dissertation, Worksite Managing and Planning, Real Estate Development, Law and Technical Legislation of Construction and two other electives, which will help the student to choose specialization.