Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The construction industry is one of the top contributors to the economy and society. Large lifespans of most constructed facilities and civil infrastructure assets always provide vast opportunities for several requirements for professional management agendas. Numerous studies and reports revealed that the productivity and safety aspects in construction and asset management sectors require significant improvements through the adoption of sophisticated digital technologies, advanced management and novel systems. The necessities for improved efficiency and effectiveness through prudent modern professional practices is even greater in today's financial climate and business environment in the industry. Projects must run efficiently on all fronts, and managers must be able to plan, execute and supervise work with professional skills in areas where each new technological advance creates a need for innovative and refined techniques, methods and equipment. The main purpose of this postgraduate course is to prepare graduates for future professional roles in managing people, equipment, materials, technological processes, projects and funds in the construction and infrastructure management works. This purpose is facilitated by the study of advanced management and engineering techniques as well as sophisticated tools and software for professional purpose in the construction and infrastructure management domains for buildings and civil infrastructure.
Must complete a total of 200 credit points comprising: 15 core units
- Construction and infrastructure management
Standard entry requirements
- Applicants are required to have completed one of the following: Bachelor (or higher award) in an approved discipline from a recognised higher education institution or equivalent degree
- Graduate Certificate of Construction Management
- Engineering (Civil or Construction)
- Quantity Surveying
- Construction Management
- Other related engineering/ technology disciplines assessed to be appropriate.
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Onshore international students can undertake no more than 25% of their course by online or distance education and may not study exclusively online/distance in any compulsory study period in accordance with government regulation.