Construction Management is a professional field that focuses on each part of the construction process of any built environment. It typically encompasses commercial building sites or multi-unit residential sites. Construction Management of the site may be maintained by a general contractor or a separate entity, and the construction management personnel or company answers to the developer and is responsible for overseeing every aspect of the project from start to finish.
BSc in Construction Management (Online)
Training Course Information
About the Programme
The B.Sc. in Construction Management is a degree programme offered via on-line distance learning over a period of 2 years part time. The programme is specifically designed to facilitate industry professionals including; Engineers, Architects, Technicians, Foremen, Qualified Carpentry and Joinery Craft persons. The programme prepares graduates to assume technical, management, academic and research and development level positions within in the construction industry.
Organisation of the Programme
The programme is suited to craft and supervision categories, or to those in management who are keen to develop specific management skills.
The BSc is an NFQ Level 7 Qualification, leading to a CIOB/CIF Professional Accreditation, delivering 60 ECB credits
The cost per Module is €600 and the cost of the Programme for each year €3,400. However, CIF Members can avail of a 10% discount on payment of the booking fee.
This is a 2 year part-time Programme.
Applicants should hold a related Level 6 National/Higher Certificate or a Senior Craft Certificate (Merit award) or equivalent and two years relevant work experience. With the introduction of the NFQ in 2003, changes were made to the education system in Ireland which meant that some awards were discontinued. However, these awards are included in the NFQ as legacy awards. Click on http://www.nfq.ie for a map of the NFQ with legacy awards.
If you have qualifications from outside Ireland you should check out the International Qualifications Database for further information.