Master Construction Project Management Full Time - Máster en Gestión de Proyectos de Construcción
Construction project management embraces the principles of project management and applies them across different phases of the construction project development cycle to achieve successful project outcomes in terms of time, cost, quality, safety, and sustainability. This program has been designed to provide excellent opportunities to students for advanced study in construction project management in either full time or part time modes. The program aims at improving proficiency of practitioners in the construction industry to meet current and future challenges. The program allows students to learn not only about the general management and project management principles and techniques, but also to apply them in managing construction projects.
The program is appropriate for people seeking careers in construction management, project management, design management, value management and international project management. It also provides valuable education to those seeking a broader base to careers in architecture, engineering, property development, urban planning and facilities management.
Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the construction project management body of knowledge, including established theories and recent developments relevant to the discipline or professional field.
Apply construction project management principles and practices to new or complex environments.
Plan and execute a research-based or professional project, undertake a capstone experience or complete a piece of work that involves substantial scholarship, particularly in the construction project management context.
Critically evaluate contemporary debates and literatures in construction project management.
Demonstrate a high level of personal autonomy and accountability in the acquisition or application of knowledge or skills
Demonstrate an understanding of international perspectives relevant to the construction management discipline and the construction industry.
Demonstrate and understanding of, and the ability to apply, the principles of teamwork and collaboration.
Demonstrate cultural awareness, environmental and social responsibility, and a respect for diversity
To qualify for the Master of Construction Project Management program students will be required to complete the following courses:
48 UOC of advanced disciplinary courses
CONS0002 Mgmt of Construction Org (6 UOC)
CONS0005 Construction Informatics (6 UOC)
CONS0010 Const. Contract Admin (6 UOC)
CONS0013 Prac. of Const Project Mgmt (6 UOC)
CONS0014 Theory of Const. Proj. Mgmt (6 UOC)
CONS0016 Const Risk Mgmt & Bus Analytic (6 UOC)
2 elective courses from the following options
Not all elective courses are available in any one year. Students can select one elective outside the program electives either from other programs in the Faculty or from the Schools of Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering subject to approval.
CONS0009 Construct Planning & Control (6 UOC)
CONS0023 Const Cost & Value Mgmt (6 UOC)
CONS0024 International Construction (6 UOC)
REST0001 Property Performance Analysis (6 UOC)
REST0006 Prop Dev & Feasibility Analysi (6 UOC)
SUSD0002 Resources, Materials & Sustain (6 UOC)
24 UOC of disciplinary courses*
(2 core courses and 1 elective course)
BENV7020 Research Seminar (6 UOC)
REST0018 Research Project (12 UOC)
1 elective course (from the list provided above)
*Students that meet entry requirements for the 48 UOC program are not required to complete the 24 UOC of disciplinary courses