- Part time 2-5 years
- £15,050 GBP (total tuition fee)
£1,254.16 GBP (price per program)
- 9 programs
- Start dates
- 13 May 2019 (apply by 13 May 2019)
16 Sep 2019 (apply by 16 Sep 2019)
What do I need to apply?
To enter the degree you should have at least a 2:2 honours degree in an appropriate discipline. We do consider applicants with professional qualifications and/or relevant experience who can demonstrate the potential to succeed in study at Masters level.
How much will it cost?
May 2019 start: £15,050
September 2019 start: £15,800
January 2020 start: £15,800
May 2020 start: £15,800
What are the learning outcomes?
A student who successfully completes the MSc Construction Project and Cost Management degree will have achieved the following course learning outcomes:
demonstrated an advanced understanding and knowledge of the key concepts, theories and principles used in quantity surveying and construction project management;
shown a critical appreciation of the significant factors constraining the effective management and development of the built environment (e.g. physical, legal, economic and technological factors) and health and safety precautions and their associated cost implications on construction projects;
critically evaluated and applied modern financial evaluation techniques to development projects in the built environment with underlying analysis being informed by the wider business and capital markets areas; and illustrated advanced research and analytical capabilities to inform decision making at an advanced level;
appraised theoretical and practical aspects of strategic management, leadership and consultancy in business organisations;
evaluated and developed objective strategies to examine commercial and business scenarios in the form of case studies and projects related to construction project and cost management profession;
demonstrated an understanding of the multi-disciplinary nature of the construction process, the roles and responsibilities of the construction professionals and stakeholders, and a respect for the fellow team members in terms of both diversity and cultural values;
demonstrated an ability to present quantitative and qualitative information, together with analysis, argument and commentary, in an appropriate form to an intended audience, including appropriate acknowledgement and referencing of sources; and
demonstrated competence at an advanced level in developing independent, ethical research on an individual area of interest in construction, project and cost management by applying appropriate and ethical research methodologies to produce a dissertation.
Programs on this degree
|Contemporary Issues and Research Methodologies||13 May 2019|
|Pre-contract Management Practice||13 May 2019|
|Financial and Asset Management|
|Global Project Management Practice|
|Construction Cost Management|
|Contract Management Practice and Law|
|Global Professional Development - Consultancy|
|Integrated Project – Construction|
|Strategic Management for Construction and Engineering|