What is this course about?
The Built Environment consists of buildings and all other things that have been constructed by human beings. The programme therefore examines the key contemporary issues in the built envirnonment sector. It blends theory and practice to ensure that the learner will be able to provide practical ability underpinned with theoretical foundations. In addition, learners will be able to feed into and drive built environment developments, practice and research in the future.
What will I be able to do when I finish the course?
By studying modules in Leadership Strategy & Self-Management, Construction Project Management, BIM Management and Building Economics & Life Cycle Cost Analysis, Research Methods and a Dissertation as well as two electives from the options of Legal Aspects of Management in the Built Environment, Public Procurement of Construction, Energy & Buildings, Retrofitting & Building Fabric and Facilities Management, a graduate will be well placed to take up management positions across the full built environment sector.
Potential employment for graduates:
The course is aimed at improving management competency in the built environment, both on the developer/design team side and contracting side. Graduates of the programme will be ideally qualified to work anywhere across the built environment sector from development, design, procurement, construction and managemet of new buildings or the refurbishment of existing structures.
What follow-on study opportunities are available?
Graduates may pursue Level 10 (PhD) study opportunities upon successful completion of this programme.
What subjects will I study?
Leadership Strategy & Self-Management
Construction Project Management
Building Economics & Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Legal Aspects of Management in Built Environment
Public Procurement of Construction
Retrofitting & Building Fabric
Energy & Buildings
What are the entry requirements?
A minimum 2nd class Honours Degree in Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Facilities Management, Architectural Technology, Construction Management, Building Surveying, Architecture, Architectural Science or equivalent Degree. Chartered members of built environment professional bodies such as: Chartered Institute of Building, Engineers Ireland, Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.
Candidates with significant experience in the built environment sector (as determined through the Institute’s Recognition of Prior Learning Policy), in addition to an honours primary degree in another discipline area may also be considered for entry.
Applicants applying for entry via routes other than that listed above will be considered on a case-by-case basis through IT Carlow’s RPL system.
For further information contact
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