Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Construction Management
Faculty of Architecture & The Built Environment KPT/JPS (KA 7669) 08/12
Construction Management is a professional discipline that exists within the overall framework of the building industry, with its own area of specialisation. The considerations are primarily for the effective and efficient management of construction in order to meet costs and deadlines.
The programme takes into consideration basic issues such as time frame, labour and human resources, availability of materials and financial constraints. It is a profession that responds to the needs of the building industry and contributes to the success of construction projects, and eventually the economic growth and prosperity of a country.
While responding to changes in technology, construction plays a vital role in ensuring the quality of the built environment.
Students will begin with a thorough training in construction and its process, the basic principles of management, then move on to explore various construction-related areas. Modules of study are centred on building management knowledge and skill. Contract management, building economies, management software are also studied within this field.
Lee Yang Yang
Architect, Philip Stejskal
For those who are interested in architecture, do not do it for the money. Do it if you love it.
- Construction Manager
- Project Co-ordinator
- Project Manager
- Site Manager
- Site Supervisor
About the Industry
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