University of Melbourne

Master of Construction Management - Máster en Gestión de la Construcción

University of Melbourne
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    Presencial en Victoria
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  • Lugar:
    Parkville
    Victoria (Melbourne) 3010
    Australia
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  • Titulación:
    Master of Construction Management

Presentación

The Master of Construction Management is a professional degree which will kick start your career in the construction industry or further develop your expertise to advance your career.

You will gain the theoretical knowledge, as well as the practical skills, to manage the social, technological, financial and environmental challenges facing the construction industry today.

The Master of Construction Management offers you flexibility so you can take a two-year program if you already have a three-year undergraduate degree in construction or the three-year program if your first degree is not in construction and you are making a career change.

In the Master of Construction Management you choose to specialise in one of the following areas:

Building
Cost management
Project management
Building systems and trade specialties
Corporate management
Policy
Research and development
Whether you are starting your career in construction or coming from industry to further develop your expertise, you will find a specialisation that suits your career aspirations.

Requisitos

Two-year Program
The two-year Master of Construction Management is open to students who have completed a three-year undergraduate degree in a construction-related area.

You need to meet the following criteria for successful entry to the program:
Completion of the Bachelor of Planning and Design (Property and Construction) at the University of Melbourne between 2005 and 2010
OR

An undergraduate degree in a construction or a related discipline with a weighted average of at least 65% in the final two years or equivalent;
AND

A personal statement of up to 1,000 words outlining relevant prior study and work experience, motivation to undertake the program, with
A portfolio / report submitted in accordance with the requirements of the Selection Committee, illustrating work undertaken at university or in the context of employment. Applicants submitting work done in the context of employment should explain their role in the work produced with brief notes and, if appropriate, provide images and official documentation. The portfolio / report should be no larger than 8 x A3 pages and submitted in hard copy or a good quality electronic copy (no larger than 5 MB).

Three-year Program
If you haven’t already completed a three-year undergraduate degree in construction, you will need to take the Masters of Construction Management over three years.

In your first year, you will undertake eight compulsory subjects before specialising in an area of interest in the following two years.

You need to meet the following criteria for successful entry to the program:
An undergraduate degree in any area with at least H3 (65%) average in the final two years, or equivalent
AND

A personal statement of no more than 1,000 words outlining relevant prior study and work experience, and motivation to undertake the program in a format as specified by the selection committee. The personal statement may include images and details of work undertaken, including on the role you perform.

Programa

The Master of Construction Management is offered as over two or three years depending on your academic background.

Study the Master of Construction Management over two years
Duration: 2 years full-time / 4 years part-time
Study mode: On-campus only – Parkville campus
Academic background: You have a three-year undergraduate degree in construction or a related discipline
Over two years of study in your chosen area of specialisation, you will undertake:

Eight core subjects
At least four related specialisation subjects chosen from a menu of 12
Up to four elective subjects picked from faculties around the university (MSD recommends 24 possible electives for each specialisation). Two of these must be approved by your academic coordinator.
Study the Master of Construction Management over three years
Duration: 3 years full-time / 6 years part-time
Study mode: On-campus only – Parkville campus
Academic background: You have a three-year undergraduate degree but it is not in construction or a related discipline
In the three-year program you will take eight compulsory subjects in your first year. You will then choose an area of specialisation for the final two years of the degree. The subjects in your second and third years will depend on your choice of specialisation.

Compulsory subjects for three-year program students

Commercial Construction
Construction of Buildings
Cost Management
Environmental Systems
Fundamentals of Built Environment Law
Management of Construction
Managerial Economics
Materials and Structures
Program specialisations
In order to enable highly qualifying, true postgraduate instruction in the discipline, the Master of Construction Management provides students with the possibility to organise their studies and concentrate their curricula in seven different areas of specialisation:

Building
Cost management
Project management
Building systems and specialties
Corporate management
Policy making
Research and development

Salidas profesionales

Depending on your specialisation, you may work in any of the following:

General construction companies
Quantity surveying organisations
Project management firms
Trade specialists
Specialised consultancies
Institutional bodies
Research institutions

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