Besides the technical aspects, the programme also covers fields such as organisation, economics, project management, working environment, logistics, and information technology.
Thus, the Aalborg University programme in Management in the Building Industry (Master of Science in Engineering) focuses on the whole – in both the construction project and in the construction company.
With a Bsc in Engineering you can enroll in the Master of Science in Engineering in Management in the Building Industry.Management in the Building Industry can also be studied as a Master of Science in Technology progamme. Applicants who hold another qualifying education than a BSc in Engineering can apply for this programme.
Graduating from Management in the Building Industry, you have a series of different career opportunities. Client consultants, architectural firms, consulting engineers, contractors, building completion companies, and suppliers are all examples of industries demanding the specific competences that graduates from the Master’s programme in Management in the Building Industry possess.Your own interests, your ambitions, and your profile obtained through the programme are decisive in terms of your future career. Some choose their career path based on their field of specialisation during the programme, while others seek jobs within the categories of development engineer, coordinator, or consulting engineer. Regardless of your interests, there are plenty of job opportunities when graduating from Management in the Building Industry.
Project Management and Production in Construction
Management of the Construction Process
Framework of Construction
Development of Project and Quality Management Systems
Choose between: Management of Construction Industry Companies or Management of Construction Industry Facilities Management Companies
Information Technology and Building Modelling
Development of Advanced Project and Quality Management Systems
Strategy and Performance Measurements
You can apply until:
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You only need to take one of these language tests:
Minimum required score:
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Minimum required score:
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Admission to the Master's program in Construction Management requires a bachelor's or diploma engineering degree in construction and engineering with specialization in construction and engineering at AAU or similar (other undergraduate programs in construction and engineering AAU can be taken with special option in the bachelor's degree), eg:
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