Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management)
|Programme summary||Career opportunities||Courses & timetables||Admission requirements|
7, 360 3.0
Full-time for two years and then part-time for two years or as negotiated on a case-by-case basis (based on a February start)
Starts February or July
|2014 start dates||Years 1 & 2 (all majors Blocks A)||Sem 1: 24/02/2014 - 18/04/2014
Sem 2: 21/07/2014 - 12/09/2014
|Years 1 & 2 (all majors Blocks B)||Sem 1: 5/05/2014 - 27/06/2014
Sem 2: 15/09/2014 - 21/11/2014
|Year 3 (all majors)||Sem 1: 10/02/2014 - 20/06/2014
Sem 2: 3/07/2014 - 14/11/2014
NZ$6577 (Approximate fee only, find out more about the costs of study)
Want to learn how to manage construction projects? Further your knowledge of management structures, and learn to schedule activities and resources on construction projects.
Gain the knowledge and skills to organise and manage activities on a construction site. Construction sites can involve hundreds of workers and millions of dollars of materials, and construction managers are responsible for managing both. The Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management) helps you further your knowledge of management structures, and gain an in-depth understanding of supply chain, people and production management.
- A good foundation for a career in construction management, providing you with the skills to undertake detailed planning and management of resources applied to construction projects.
- An overview of all aspects of the construction industry.
- Explore progressively more complex scenarios and projects, and develop the technical skills to schedule activities and resources on construction projects.
- A major industry research project where you can apply what you've learnt.
- Relevant to your future career: Unitec's advisory boards include experts who keep us up-to-date with industry trends and relevant legislation in the construction industry.
- Lecturers with plenty of experience in the construction industry and guest lecturers who are leaders in their field.
Together with Bachelor of Construction (Construction Economics) and Bachelor of Construction (Property Development) students, you also study topics like advanced construction management, contract law and administration, tendering and design management. You also advance your research and study skills, and learn to integrate academic knowledge with practical experience.
Prepare for success
Well-prepared students have the best chance of success in their studies, so we've put together a free online guide so you can refresh and sharpen some of the skills you'll use on this programme.
Last edited: 09 December 2013