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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.
You will gain specialist knowledge in areas of construction law, construction contracts, construction contract administration and alternative dispute resolution including statutory adjudication.
Three other unique features include the offering of statutory adjudication as a whole course, the focus on drafting construction contracts in modern plain legal language, and the international comparative element that complements country-specific issues.
You will gain a global perspective of the broad areas of construction law and dispute resolution typically found in
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Admission to the Master of Construction (Construction Law) requires you to have:
a Bachelor of Construction and the Postgraduate Diploma in Construction, or equivalent qualifications; or
a Bachelor of Construction or equivalent qualification plus a minimum of 2 years approved experience in the Construction Sector in a professional capacity.
In addition to the above requirements, admission to the Master of Construction by thesis (90 or 120 credits of research) requires that you will have achieved a Grade Average of B over the qualifying 700-level courses in the Postgraduate Diploma in Construction, or equivalent qualification.
Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course. Students/Documents/Programmes-Available-to-Internationals.pdf
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