Bachelor of Applied Science (Construction Management) (Honours)Career
Work as a construction manager on the building of new commercial and residential developments.
With the need for new residential and commercial developments increasing, and construction jobs on the rise, construction managers are increasingly in demand.
Construction managers organise and manage a vast number of people in the building procurement process. They require good people management skills and an ability to work in teams.
A construction management degree qualifies you to work as a:
- site manager, responsible for managing the construction site.
- construction manager, responsible for site management or running entire construction projects ranging from housing through to large multistorey buildings.
- quantity surveyor, assisting with cost planning, analysis, management and control of construction projects.
- projects manager, moving beyond the construction aspects of a project and managing the entire building process from inception, through various stages of design, to completion and handover.
Your skills will also equip you to work in industries beyond construction, including engineering, architecture, economics and law.
This degree has been designed in consultation with industry to meet the need for graduates with advanced education and training in construction management, project management, law, economics and information technology.
It is accredited under the following industry bodies: