- 2-3 years
- 9 programs
- Start dates
- 16 Sep 2019 (apply by 13 Sep 2019)
2 Jan 2020 (apply by 30 Dec 2019)
What do I need to apply?
To gain entry, you’ll need a good honours degree from a recognised university.
Alternatively, if you have a degree or degree equivalent qualification and/or appropriate work experience at a suitable level within an organisation, and for an appropriate length of time, you may be considered.
You may be interviewed prior to acceptance. Qualifications from an approved professional body will also be taken into account.
As a distance learner, you’ll also need a suitable computer with internet connection, together with sufficient IT competence to make effective use of word processing, internet and email.
If English is not your first language, you will be expected to demonstrate a certificated level of proficiency of at least IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
How much will it cost?
What are the learning outcomes?
Use the language, knowledge, theories, principles and practical skills demanded by the discipline of management.
Critically analyse and evaluate procedures, systems and techniques used in management.
Apply aspects of the scientific, social, environmental, legal, technical, ethical, economic, health and safety, and political dimensions to management issues in the built environment.
Systematically analyse and critically evaluate arguments and procedures used to identify a client’s needs and the means to satisfy them.
Identify complex problems, critically analyse, synthesise and apply relevant knowledge and skills to provide an appropriate solution of a professional and ethical nature.
Logically and systematically plan and organise processes and actions.
Work as part of a team contributing to defined goals and group dynamics.
Communicate efficiently in spoken, written and graphical forms and be able to present complex issues to clients.
Programs on this degree
|Project Management Context|
|Cost and Financial Management|
|Project Management Systems|
|Project Management Techniques|
|Project Planning and Control|
|Research Design and Methods|