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Construction Management

A degree in Construction Management helps students develop the skills required to take on all the onsite responsibilities of a construction project. Some of the responsibilities you’ll have as a construction manager include:

  • Managing the budget, project expenses, and construction workers
  • Collaborating with architects, civil engineers, and other specialists
  • Updating clients on the status of the project
  • Dealing with issues like delays, safety concerns, unmet deadlines
  • Hiring subcontractors and supervising their activities

By studying a degree in Construction Management, you have the opportunity to learn the latest trends and techniques in the field. Add environmental awareness and cutting-edge technologies in the mix, and you can graduate as a creative and professional construction manager who’ll make sure that the buildings of tomorrow will be safer, more comfortable, and eco-friendly.

Construction managers must be versatile, innovative multitaskers with strong leadership skills.

Popular courses in Australia

-Master of Construction Management (Professional) at Deakin University 

-Master of Construction & Infrastructure Management at Swinburne University of Technology 

-Master of Applied Science (Built Environment) at RMIT University 

-Master of Project Management (with emphasis in Civil) at Edith Cowen University 

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