Construction managers supervise operations to ensure projects are completed safely, on time, and within budget. As a construction manager you'll be the main point of contact for subcontractors and the public, overseeing all aspects of a project, from quality management to monitoring progress and costs. Linking the design and construction of buildings, the course focuses on the technical, professional and managerial aspects of construction projects. With an emphasis on buildings, sustainability, technology and management, you’ll develop a wealth of knowledge and the professional skills required to successfully manage complex construction projects. Key Features Professional Accreditation | This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) —these accreditations represent your first step towards membership, which you can progress to once you've graduated. Outstanding Employability | 95% of our Construction Management graduates are in work or further study within 15 months of finishing their degree (latest Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019/20). Flexible Study Options | If you have an outstanding first year, you'll have the opportunity to transfer on to our BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management course. Student Satisfaction | 100% of students studying BSc (Hons) Construction Management FT would recommend studying at NTU to others (National Student Survey, 2022). Top 10 Ranking | We're renowned for our construction degrees — NTU is ranked Top 10 in the UK for Building graduate prospects (Times and Sunday Times University Guide, 2023).
- Fundamentals of Construction (40 credit points)
- Introduction to Measurement and Cost (20 credit points)
- Architectural Science and Building Engineering Services (20 credit points)
- Numerical and Professional Skills (20 credit points)
- Construction Industry Practice (20 credit points)
- Construction Technology (20 credit points)
- Engineering Surveying (20 credit points)
- Sustainable Technology and Environmental Control (20 credit points)
- Contract Administration: Control and Finance (20 credit points)
- Construction Management Practice and Procedures (20 credit points)
- Law (20 credit points)
- Dissertation (40 credit points)
- Construction Management Project (40 credit points)
- Contemporary Construction Themes (20 credit points)
Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.
- Chartered Institute of Building
How to apply
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Points of entry
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- Year 1
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