This three- year programme (or two year for candidates with advanced standing) covers architectural and engineering aspects with specialisation in quality control, maintenance and building conservation. The course focuses on problem-solving in design, construction technology and good maintenance practice based on statutory regulations and by laws.


The Bachelor of Building Surveying (Hons) has been recognised by the Public Services Department. It is alsorecognised by the Institution of Surveyors, Malaysia with maximum exemptions from written examinations and recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors of the U.K.


Graduates of Building Surveying will have career opportunies in the area of building maintenance management, building control, insurance, building conservation and development and construction management.

1. Three-year programme
• Pass STPM of an equivalent with a minimum pass of grade C+ (NGMP 2.33) in two of the following:
• Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economy, History, Geography or Art
• SPM or an equivalent with credits in Mathematics and a pass in English
• Pass in Matriculation programme of the Ministry of Education Malaysia, or an equivalent with a  minimum pass of Grade B- (NGMP 2.67) in two (2) subjects and a minimum pass of grade C (NGMP  2.00) in any one (1) subject from the following:
           # Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economy, History, Geography or Art
           # Any Diploma other than the two-year Diploma stated in the 2-year programme entry from 
              UiTM or an equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.75
     2.      Two-year programme
              (Entry with advanced standing to first semester of 2nd year, or the programme)
              Diploma in Building Surveying, Architecture, Building, Quantity Surveying, Estate 
              Management, Civil/Structural  Engineering from UiTM or other equivalent with a minimum  
              CGPA of 2.50 and a minimum of one (1) year relevant work experience
              Other candidates may be accepted on merit following an interview conducted by the  
              faculty. Candidates must submit their MUET results with their applications.