MSc Construction Project Management

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MSc Construction Project Management

Who is this course for?

The MSc is a “mid-career” course and as such offers the opportunity for advanced specialist study to graduates and professionals from within the Construction Industry. The main aim of the course is to provide an educational environment in which the student can undertake the study of Construction Project Management theories and the application of these theories towards the achievements of corporate aims and realisation of projects. The course suits professionals, typically architects, builders, engineers and quantity surveyors as well as clients who seek a career in management and who are concerned with procurement and construction of buildings. It also appeals to specialists with the desire to widen their perspective of the Construction Industry and so enhance both their contribution to their organisation and also their career opportunities.

 

What are the entry requirements for the course?

A cognate degree within the Built Environment. A non-cognate route may be available subject to the study of additional units.

 

How long is this course?

To be advised

 

What will I study on this course?

At the moment it is likely that the following units will be studied: Architecture & Construction History; Procurement & Management of Construction; Research Methods; Construction Contract Law; Corporate & Project Finance; People & Organisational Management; Project Evaluation; Information & Analysis Management; Dissertation.

 

What Qualification will I gain?

MSc Construction Project Management which is currently accredited by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

 

How is the course assessed?

A combination of coursework and written examinations

 

What does this course lead on to?

Professional Membership of a Chartered Institute within the Built Environment Sector

 

How much will it cost?

Fees to be advised (additional if non cognate)

 

How can I find out more?

For further information please contact Tony Bechelet on 608612 or email: tony.bechelet@highlands.ac.uk