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Masters Degrees in Construction Management, New Zealand

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Enhance your career. Join the Master of Construction (Construction Project Management) - one of the first construction-focused management programmes in New Zealand. Read more

Enhance your career

Join the Master of Construction (Construction Project Management) - one of the first construction-focused management programmes in New Zealand. Take your career to the next level.

The Master of Construction (Construction Project Management) is one of the first construction-focused management programmes in New Zealand. It will provide you with the sound management skills and techniques necessary for the successful completion of complex construction projects.

Key project management skills

Your learning focuses on front-end general project management issues such as development, finance, planning and scheduling, contract and stakeholders management. This is supplemented by elective modules from other construction-related endorsements or schools according to your professional specialisations. The program provides both disciplinary and integrative education in the areas of constructability, costs, scheduling and ethics.

Research-led learning from industry experts

You will learn from senior faculty members and industry experts. Our lecturers and supervisors come from a range of relevant sectors such as construction, engineering, petroleum and IT. International participants feature strongly on all intakes, and the wide mix of expertise allows for you to have meaningful exchange and interaction at the postgraduate level.

Flexibility

The curriculum of the construction project management major is flexible to meet your unique study preferences and for your convenience. A full-time option is offered over one year, while the part-time option allows you to work while you study via block study mode, coupled with an interactive virtual learning environment.

A global perspective

The built environment affects, and is affected by many external influences. During this programme, you will gain a global perspective of the social, political and ethical influences on construction and learn how to overlay these in your decision-making process.

Your learning takes place in an environment of diversity, integrity and transparency. The environment replicates, and reflects the standards of the construction management profession itself. You will learn how to lead relevant local, national, and global outreach and engagement to optimise benefits to the industry and community.

The skills you learn will make you a valuable resource for local communities, the New Zealand economy, the construction management profession and the built environment. You will be on the path to achieve national and international pre-eminence in innovation, discovery and creativity

A masters in a year

This degree is 120 credits, meaning you can complete in only one year full time. You can enter this programme if you have an approved four year degree, a three year degree and a postgraduate diploma, or a three year degree and two years relevant work experience.

Why postgraduate study?

Postgraduate study is hard work but hugely rewarding and empowering. The workload replicates the high-pressure environment of senior workplace roles.

Not just more of the same

Postgraduate study is not just ‘more of the same’ undergraduate study. Our experts are there to guide but if you have come from undergraduate study, you will find that postgraduate study demands more in-depth and independent study. It takes you to a new level in knowledge and expertise especially in planning and undertaking research.



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The Master of Engineering Studies in Construction Management provides graduates with an in-depth understanding of the construction management discipline applied in the modern construction industry. Read more

The Master of Engineering Studies in Construction Management provides graduates with an in-depth understanding of the construction management discipline applied in the modern construction industry.

The construction and engineering industry is highly dynamic, complex and unpredictable. It involves the delivery of public and private projects that try to satisfy a wide number of different stakeholder requirements, from economic to environmental.

Industry is demanding radical change through new sets of skills, knowledge and capabilities in order to dramatically improve performance and competitiveness.

The Master of Engineering Studies in Construction Management is supported by industry, including organisations such as Fletcher Building.

Graduates will be equipped with skills and knowledge for a career as a construction manager within the New Zealand and international construction industries.

CIOB accredited

The University of Auckland holds the Chartered Institute of Building's (CIOB) Accredited Centre status and received CIOB accreditation for the Master of Engineering Studies in Construction Management in 2014 for a period of five years. This is the first CIOB-accredited masters degree in New Zealand. This institute is the world's largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. 

Accreditation is a seal of approval for the University of Auckland signifying that it reaches the highest standards of governance, quality assurance and resource management. Prospective members holding this qualification have full academic exemption and may enter CIOB membership at incorporate level (ICIOB) without the requirement for an individual assessment. After gaining some practical experience and success at a 'professional review' of their skills, they can become a member, which is a chartered grade of the CIOB.

Programme outline

  • One year full-time, or part-time over 2-4 years. Approximately half of the students on our programme are working part-time, sponsored by their employers.
  • Consists of eight courses on a range of topics in construction management. There are three core papers and a range of electives. See course list for information on electives.
  • Optional projects can be taken to study a subject in greater depth, and such projects may be undertaken in conjunction with the student’s industrial sponsor. You will need approval for these projects.
  • The Work Based Learning course is aligned to the IPENZ professional competencies and will help a student in preparation toward CPEng.

Career opportunities

Graduates from the programme are confident women and men, equipped with skills and knowledge to meet the challenges they will face in their future careers. Our graduates typically:

  • Have well developed critical thinking skills.
  • Hold in-depth knowledge of new concepts from leading research.
  • Are able to apply a range of management skills, approaches and techniques.
  • Are attractive to employers who are looking for professionals who are passionate about their disclipline, and have taken to necessary steps to complement their technical training with a management qualification.

A graduate from the programme will have substantially increased understanding of project and programme management in construction; funding and procurement processes in New Zealand and worldwide; engineering risk management and cost engineering of the construction process.

Graduates will be provided with the knowledge and skills to equip them for a career as a construction manager within the New Zealand and international construction industries.



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Join a unique qualification. Join the Master of Construction (Building Technology) - the only postgraduate building technology qualification in New Zealand. Read more

Join a unique qualification

Join the Master of Construction (Building Technology) - the only postgraduate building technology qualification in New Zealand.

Learn how to make more efficient energy use of facilities and how to create a healthy facility with the only building technology qualification in New Zealand.

During the Massey University’s Master of Construction (Buildng Technology) you will learn how to design and manage healthy and energy efficient homes and workplaces, from principles to applications.

A focus on healthy buildings 

The Master of Contruction has a focus on energy management and healthy buildings and is the only university course that looks at indoor air quality, healthy building and energy issues.

Become a leader in building technology

You will learn from senior faculty members and industry experts. Our staff have extensive experience and are working at the global forefront of research into healthy buildings. It is an opportunity for you to learn the latest developments in this area and take this learning back into your organisation and career.

Gain vital project management skills

As well as specific learning around facilities management, you will gain skills in front-end general project management issues such as development, finance, planning and scheduling, contract and stakeholder management. This is supplemented by elective modules from other construction-related endorsements or schools according to your professional specialisation. 

Our lecturers come from a range of relevant sectors such as architectural technology, environmental engineering, construction, engineering, and IT. International participants feature strongly on all intakes. This wide mix of expertise allows for you to have meaningful exchange and interaction at this postgraduate level. Staff are very active in research on healthy buildings allowing students to be at the cutting edge of this fast growing area. 

Flexibility

The curriculum is flexible to meet your unique study preferences and for your convenience. A full-time option is offered over one year, while the part-time option allows you to work while you study via block study mode, coupled with an interactive virtual learning environment. All courses are delivered in block study mode with Contact Workshops on the Auckland campus.

A global perspective

The built environment affects, and is affected by many external influences. During this programme, you will gain a global perspective of the social, political and ethical influences on building and construction and learn how to overlay these in your decision-making process.

Your learning takes place in an environment of diversity, integrity and transparency. The environment replicates, and reflects the standards of the construction management profession itself. 

A masters in a year

This degree is 120 credits, meaning you can complete in only one year full time. You can enter this programme if you have an approved four year degree, a three year degree and a postgraduate diploma, or a three year degree and two years relevant work experience.

Why postgraduate study? 

Postgraduate study is hard work but hugely rewarding and empowering. The workload replicates the high-pressure environment of senior workplace roles. 

Not just more of the same

Postgraduate study is not just ‘more of the same’ undergraduate study. Our experts are there to guide but if you have come from undergraduate study, you will find that postgraduate study demands more in-depth and independent study. It takes you to a new level in knowledge and expertise especially in planning and undertaking research.



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