Construction Project Management (Part-time) offered by the University of Bolton requires highly skilled individuals who can lead and integrate multidisciplinary teams of professionals.
This course gives you the opportunity to develop the academic and technical knowledge you’ll need to be a ‘CPM’, and the management and interpersonal skills essential for success in this career.
You’ll get to build on the knowledge and experience you’ll have acquired in your undergraduate studies, or in work experience, while we help you prepare to take on the strategic responsibilities that come with managing construction projects. The course is based on the Chartered Institute of Building’s definition of construction project management, which encompasses the whole project lifecycle, from ‘inception to recycling’. As such, sustainability is a key element of this course.
Students at Construction Project Management (MSc) (Part-time) at the University of Bolton will:
- develop their skills through extensive use of case studies, seminars and discussion groups.
- benefit from regular small-group tutorials with professional staff, and have the opportunity to ask for one-to-one advice from subject experts
- learn how to evaluate the effects of global changes on the construction industr
- Construction Management
- Project Management
- Sustainable Construction
- Group Project
- 36 months
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DisciplinesCivil Engineering & Construction Construction Management View 74 other Masters in Construction Management in United Kingdom
- An Honours Degree in an appropriate construction discipline (or a comparable relevant qualification from a UK or overseas institution); or
- Professional body membership in an appropriate construction discipline e.g. Chartered Construction Manager, Chartered Builder, Chartered Surveyor, Chartered Architect, Chartered or Incorporated Engineer; or
- Qualifications and/or experience equivalent to (1) and (2), e.g. Higher National Certificate or Diploma and substantial experience at a senior level in construction; or
- A non-cognate degree, and experience working over a long period in construction, e.g. construction lawyer.
Living costs for Bolton
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