Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Construction Management
Discipline: Building & Civil Engineering
Location: Galway - Dublin Road
NFQ Level: 8
Programme Duration: Four years
Mode of Study: Full time
Application Route: Apply through the CAO
CAO Round 1 Points: 260 (2020)
Construction Management is a very rewarding career with lots of action and the satisfaction of seeing real results from your work.
A construction manager transforms the ideas shown on design drawings into real buildings, roads or bridges and organises the people, materials and equipment needed to get the job done on time, within budget, to the right quality and with a high standard of safety.
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
- Building Technology (how buildings are assembled)
- Cost Control and Management (how much will it cost?)
- Site Management (organisation of people, equipment and materials)
- Autocad & Site Surveying
- Practical projects
- Site Visits
Graduates are qualified to be employed at management level within contracting and construction project management organisations.
GMIT Honours (Level 8) qualifications are recognised world-wide for postgraduate study.
Recognition by Professional Bodies
The course is fully recognised by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). Level 8 graduates can immediately become Incorporated Members of the CIOB and with appropriate professional experience can become full Chartered Members.
There is a five-month (minimum) work placement during year three.
Number of Places
*This figure represents the combined number of places for Level 7 and 8 students.
Students will be liable for an additional materials fee of €100 per year for certain full time programmes. This fee is not covered by Granting Authorities. Material Fees are not applicable to either Erasmus, Part-Time or Full time Non-EU students.
Tel: 091 742875
E-mail: Martin Taggart