This MSc Project Management in Construction course is accredited by RICS UK (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) The MSc Project Management in construction programme has been developed to create reflective practitioners in project management to be able to initiate and implement change in the design, construction and property industries, demonstrate a systematic understanding of knowledge and critical awareness of current problems and new insights in project and process management in the built environment. The course also helps in assisting individuals taking Project Management roles in the construction industry or related professions by providing a set of appropriate skills, competences and a comprehensive understanding of techniques applicable and critically evaluates current research and advanced scholarship in the area of Project Management in the built environment.
This MSc Project Management in Construction is RICS, CIOB & APM accredited.
Upon successful completion of this course, it is expected that graduates will:
- Determine the appropriate procurement system based on client objectives.
- Knowledge and understanding is acquired through web lectures, presentations; reading and online and face to face workshops to generate discussion, reflection and exchange of ideas; guided reading, supported self-study and independent study to enable you to engage with relevant and appropriate debates; individual tutorials to support development of understanding; ICT to facilitate exchange of ideas and access to specific resources and activities.
- Distinguish between the short and long term benefits of adopting various contractual conditions in various types of construction projects
- Develop communication skills to plan the management of supply chains
- Provide advice on developing strategies for partnering
This programme is distance learning and tutorials are delivered in Mauritius by lecturers from the University of Salford (UK) through blocks.
|1||Procurement in Construction and Property|
|2||Process and Project Systems|
|3||Learn Integrated Design and Production|
|4||Culture and People|
Applicants must satisfy the following:
- A minimum of a second class undergraduate honours degree in a similar discipline
- A minimum of a second class undergraduate honours degree in a non-cognate discipline and significant relevant work experience within project management areas of the construction industry
- A recognized professional qualification in a similar discipline
Modules are assessed mainly by Coursework.
The MSc Project Management with Construction is awarded by University of Salford, Manchester (UK).
Two Years and four Months