|Faculty:||Built Environment and Construction
|Field of Study:||Building/Construction Site Management/Manager
|Description:||There are so many aspects to construction management — organising resources, materials, labour, and planning transport routes. Ensuring that a building project runs smoothly, with enough materials, equipment, workers and money to deliver it, is a huge task. So, too, is monitoring construction quality and progress.
This course will give you the knowledge, skills and understanding as well as industry contacts to help you develop into that role and to take on that kind of responsibility. It is also accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and fits within their educational framework for professional membership.
Key areas you will study include the planning and financing of projects, required contract law and of course health and safety knowledge — both for yourself and others. Time planning and logistics, cost control and management, and quality control are vital skills for a construction manager, and they are skills we will help you to gain through problem solving, digital collaborative working as well as traditional team work activities.
Remember, because there are no general education courses, you can earn a bachelor's degree in only 3 years at UEL.
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Fees based on British Pounds and may vary due to the exchange rate.