Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Construction Management is a very rewarding career with lots of action and the satisfaction of seeing real results that transform design drawings and models into real buildings, roads or bridges. The Construction Manager organises the people, materials and equipment needed to get the job done in the most efficient and effective manner.
Construction managers are well organised professionals with good communication and people skills to direct and motivate the range of people and organisations involved in construction projects. The five-month work placement in Year 3 allows the student to experience at first hand, the challenges and opportunities of working in the industry.
Our Construction Management graduates are educated and trained to be well-organised professionals who can control, direct, lead and motivate the range of people and organisations involved in construction projects.
Method of Delivery
Mode of Study
Why Study this course?
There is a five-month (minimum) work placement during year three.
A variety of options for progression are available for successful graduates e.g. proceed to year 4 of the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Construction Management programme in GMIT
Projects play a large part in the programme and are designed to reflect ‘real life’ projects in the industry by drawing on knowledge from various subjects like AutoCAD, surveying, estimating, structural design and site management.