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Masters Degrees in Construction Management

We have 136 Masters Degrees in Construction Management

Masters degrees in Construction Management train students to plan and direct construction projects: managing a client’s specifications from inception through to completion.

Popular specialisms within this subject include Construction Project Management, Construction Economics and Real Estate Management. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant field such as Architecture, Construction, or Civil Engineering.

Why study a Masters in Construction Management?

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This innovative postgraduate construction course is aimed at graduates who are already in, or have been in, construction-related employment, and who aspire to senior positions in the field of commercial management. Read more
Who is it for?. Whether you are an engineer, architect, surveyor, construction manager, facilities manager, or a construction professional, this course will help you take your career to the next level. Read more
The Master of Construction (Construction Law) degree is unique. It the only specialist master’s degree programme with a construction law specialisation offered in New Zealand. Read more
Overview. This course has been created to help construction professionals develop and enhance the project management skills required in the construction industry. Read more
This innovative postgraduate construction course is aimed at graduates who are already in, or have been in, construction-related employment, and who aspire to senior positions in the fields of project management. Read more
Register your interest now. The MSc in Construction Economics and Management equips graduates with the skills to become senior managers, policy advisers and decision-makers in any branch of the construction industry. Read more
3 other options available. Are you interested in gaining a Masters qualification that develops your professionalism in managing construction projects? With this course you’ll gain transferable skills in project management and specialist knowledge about construction projects. Read more
Develop your own individual management approach on our Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) accredited course. Work alongside professionals and industry experts to practically gain the key management skills and knowledge you need for a variety of management roles in the construction or property sectors. Read more
The philosophy of the Building Information Management course reflects the increasingly digital, multi-disciplinary and integrated nature of project delivery, influenced by the demand from governments and clients for greater efficiencies on construction projects. Read more
The Master of Construction (Construction Project Management) is one of the first construction-focused management programmes in New Zealand. Read more
The Construction Project Management MSc prepares you for complex construction projects in a constantly changing globalised industry. Read more
This accredited postgraduate course is for those wishing to further their careers in client organisations or consultancy. It gives aspiring professionals the opportunity to network with other ambitious and successful people within the construction and development industries. Read more
This MSc in Construction Project and Cost Management has been developed in response to a rapid cultural change in the global construction industry towards less adversarial approaches to project management and the demand for continuing professional development. Read more
The Course. Our MSc in Construction Science and Management responds to the global challenges that built environments face. changes in climate, technology, urbanisation, population dynamics and governance. Read more
Develop the skills you'll need to lead and manage teams, identifying and putting into practice innovative solutions to construction-related problems. Read more

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