This MSc in Construction Management is an industry-focused and topical course which aims to enhance the career options for those with an undergraduate degree in construction management or architectural technologists, engineers, surveyors or legal practitioners seeking career advancement.
WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
This course offers an accredited route for holders of appropriate first degrees which are not construction-related to gain Chartered Builder (CIOB) status and benefit from the excellent job opportunities in the construction industry.
This degree is designed to have a wide appeal across construction industry professions.
The format of this course has been designed in conjunction with employers to suit part-time students working in industry. It is also popular with full-time students.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
The course includes six taught modules including:
project management; construction procurement; organisational theory; construction economics; financial management and control; strategic management in construction. There is also an integrated group project and an individual research project. The integrated project provides you with the opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills gained in previous and concurrent modules of study and (where appropriate) in the workplace, and use these to carry out a comprehensive analysis of construction management problems.
The project will require group work integrating the technical, economic, socio-political and interpersonal aspects of the project process, and can be work-based for part-time students.
To enter the course you should have an honours degree in any relevant area related to construction or built environment, or equivalent. Students whose first language is not English should have achieved a minimum English language standard of IELTS 6.5.
Recipient: Coventry University
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