Online MSc Construction Project Management
The construction industry is calling out for qualified project managers to spearhead their future developments. To help you take advantage of these opportunities, Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is offering a comprehensive online MSc in Construction Project Management, fully accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Flexible and engaging online learning
This 100% online MSc Construction Project Management gives you a flexible way of gaining first-hand experience of the systems and processes required to lead successful project outcomes. With today’s busy professionals and graduates in mind, NTU is committed to offering highly relevant courses, tailored to fit your lifestyle and career. NTU is committed to offering highly relevant courses, continually developing innovative ways to bring the courses to life and offering an online experience that will provide you with a number of ways to immerse you in the curriculum, including:
- comprehensive video lectures
- real-life case studies
- interactive assignments
- social interaction
- research supervision
- digital tools and resources
Acknowledged in the UK for its teaching excellence by both The Guardian in 2015 and The Times in 2016, NTU is committed to empowering all our students with the knowledge and practical skills they need to make more of an impact on their lives and careers. This online course will give you first-hand experience of the systems and processes required to lead successful project outcomes. The fact that NTU is renowned and respected within the industry, plus the course’s focus on relevant skills, will give you a clear pathway to rewarding careers in construction project management. Taught by experts from the construction industry, with direct links to major construction firms, this MSc is perfectly positioned to help you secure a project management career in construction. Our online MSc Construction Project Management will help you to:
- manage project briefing, key design and development issues at a detailed level
- learn the skills necessary to create appropriate procurement strategies
- gain a comprehensive understanding of the organisational structures necessary to achieve successful project outcomes, including legal and contractual constraints and people management skills.
The NTU online MSc Construction Project Management is a modular course, completed over two and a half years. It consists of 12 modules worth ten credits each, plus a dissertation worth 60 credits (total of 180 credits).
- Contemporary Construction Themes
- Legal Rights and Responsibilities
- Collaborative Working
- Construction Health and Safety
- Lean Project Production
- Design Appreciation and Planning
- Cost Studies
- Managing Organisations and People
- Corporate Strategy and Finance
- Managing Construction Projects
- Research skills and Dissertation.
“The best feature of the online course is that you are not alone, there is a really good amount of interaction between you, the Module Tutor and with other students on the course. If you want to interact with other students then you have the opportunity to do so.” Orlando Catinari (Italy), Online MSc Construction Project Management
The online MSc Construction Project Management offers excellent opportunities for career development. Our recent graduates have gone on to work for major international construction firms. They have been employed in roles such as Construction Project Manager, Cost Manager, Site Manager and Senior Project Manager. Our award-winning teaching excellence, coupled with courses and research informed by industry, can help you to further your career, immerse yourself in a subject you’re passionate about and become a specialist in construction project management. For more information visit our website. Entry Requirements BSc 2.2 (Hons) in a construction related subject or relevant professional body membership. International students only: International students only: IELTS or TOEFL. Start your journey with NTU today
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Last updated March 6, 2018