BSc Construction Management
The construction industry shapes our cities. The locations we live, work, and they build play. With a profession in construction management, you may participate in this exciting, stimulating, and dynamic industry. This Construction Management degree programme will enhance your awareness of the modern construction business and the legal, environmental, and technological context in which it operates.
Intakes: September, February, June
Duration: Four years
Awarded Degree: BSc (Hons) Construction Management
Timetables: Weekdays, evenings and weekends
Locations: London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds
BSc (Hons) Construction Management with Foundation Year
A construction project can be managed from conception and design to occupation with the help of the Construction Management degree programme, which has been created to match the demands of the modern construction industry. The course's teaching and learning reflect that the construction business is an efficient, technical, and hands-on environment. Real-world examples, work-related learning, hands-on activities, site visits, and guest lecturers from the industry are all used to make learning engaging and exciting for students. After graduating, you can complete construction projects while adhering to excellent quality and standards. With a firm foundation in general business management theory, you can apply the key ideas, concepts, and principles in construction management, such as measurement, building evaluation and performance, design, and buildability. You will be the specialist employers seek if you have a degree in construction management since you will be able to apply evidence-based techniques to analysis, evaluation, decision-making, and problem resolution within the construction sector.
Year 0 (Foundation Year)
- Academic Research and Writing
- Introduction to Management
- Preparing for a Professional Career
- Introduction to the Built Environment
- Building Design and Building Science
- Introduction to Construction Management
- Introduction to Law and Statutory Requirements
- Commercial and Organisational Environment in Construction
- Construction Methods, Materials and Technology
- Operational and Resource Management
- Innovation in Construction
- The Environment and Sustainable Issues
- Preconstruction Management: Planning, Estimating and Tendering
- Professional Practice
- Economic and Financial Management
- Environmental and Construction Technology Design
- Maintenance of Buildings and Services
- Research Methods in Construction and the Built Environment
- Contracts Management and Dispute Resolution
- Sustainable Construction and the Environment
- Current Issues in the Built Environment
- Research Project
- Project Management: Development and Evaluation
- 80 UCAS tariff points (or more) or 60 credits in education GCSEs at Grade C/4 or higher, or similar credentials, including English and mathematics, are required for an Ofqual level 3 certificate.
- Individual attention will be given to applicants who do not match the admission above requirements, and relevant work experience may be considered.
Ages 21 and up
If applicants over the age of 21 do not match the regular entry requirements. In that case, we will also consider individuals with the life and work skills necessary to enrol in our Foundation programme for undergraduate study.
Proficiency in English
International students' IELTS score of 5.5 overall (minimum 5.0 in each component) for students whose first language is not English.
The Admission Team evaluates each applicant's speaking, listening, and writing skills through an interview and a Personal Reflection Statement.
- An application form
- Personal Reflection Statement
- Individual interview
Finally, if you want more information about the BSc Construction Management course or to get started on your application, you can book a free consultation with UK University College. If you need help, you can contact us through our Facebook page.