Project managers are involved with a project throughout its lifecycle; from early feasibility and design stages, through to construction and handover. The role has a wide range of applications, from the management of new build projects, maintenance and refurbishment, to strategic asset management.
Accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), this Construction Project Management degree prepares you for a variety of project management roles in the construction industry. You will develop core project management skills that reflect the needs of the profession, such as programming and planning, project administration, risk management, construction technology, contract practice, health and safety, sustainability, and managing people.
Project management is a thriving profession in the UK and internationally. By the time you graduate, you will have the skills and confidence to progress as a construction project manager.
Your Construction Project Management degree will allow you to manage eﬀectively the range of tasks involved in a construction project. You’ll be able to take responsibility for time, quality, and health and safety, and overcome the challenges of new-build or refurbishment projects.
You will study the latest practice and procedures for the project management of new-build and refurbishment projects. Your studies will cover industrial initiatives such as strategic partnering and collaboration, prefabrication and oﬀsite manufacture, lean construction techniques, and dispute resolution. You will also learn how to apply critical thinking to your experiences, which will help you work towards continuous professional development.
Foundation Year: Construction Project Management Degree
- Foundation year: Project Management Surveying Degree
- Foundation Calculus
- Foundations of Mathematics
- Computer Literacy
- Key Skills Development
Year One: Construction Project Management Degree
- Quantity Surveying Practice and Procedure
- Integrating Project 1
- Project Management Practice and Procedure
- Built Environment Economics
- Construction Technology 1
- Built Environment Law
Year Two: Construction Project Management Degree
- Research Elective
- Integrating Project 2
- Design Economics
- Management of Buildings
- Construction Technology 2
- Contract Management
- Project Planning Programming and Control
- Optional module: Employment Experience Diploma
Year Three: Construction Project Management Degree
- Integrating Project 3
- Sustainability Technology
- Project Management and Financial Control
- Construction Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
- Construction Management
The Construction Project Management is taught through a combination of lectures, seminars and tutorials. You will also get chance to participate in numerous site visits to local companies allowing you to see how the theory is applied in a professional setting. In addition to this, you will work independently to prepare for classes and complete project work.
Your studies here won’t confine you to a classroom. We don’t believe you can learn vital skills like analytical decision making and problem solving by just reading about them. That’s why we offer practical activities that help you understand and apply the theory you learn in lectures. Plus you’ll have the chance to go on site visits to local companies.
Your assessments will involve examinations, coursework and problem-based exercises taught using real-life scenarios.