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MSc Construction Management with BIM 2018/19 entry

Think Smart. Learn Fast. Get Online.

Course code:

ECT126

Study options:

2-5 years (part time)

Location:

100% online study

Starting:

January 2019

 

Fees:

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Overview

Increasing populations create the need to build more buildings than ever before, bringing the demand for appropriately trained and qualified construction professionals to its all-time high.

As part of this course, you will work on an integrated project which utilises ‘real life’ construction scenarios in a virtual stimulated environment, to prepare you for the challenges of the professional world. We will encourage you to develop the innovation and creativity required to tackle the complex problems faced by the industry today.

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Short, 2 week learning blocks combined with a pay-as-you-go payment model

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Spread the cost with our flexible pay-as-you-go payment options

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Earn a full Coventry University degree upon successful completion

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What our tutors say

This course is designed to provide you with insights to the demands of the construction industry in the 21st century and give you a better understanding on how to address those needs.

It combines management with technical aspects of construction, making it perfect for a variety of roles within the construction industry, including construction managers, architects, engineers, and contractors.

Danny McGough, tutor MSc Construction Management with BIM

Course information

This course is designed with construction professionals in mind. Whether you’re an architect, engineer, surveyor, construction manager, facilities manager, or legal practitioner looking to develop your skills further or make the move into management, this course is for you.

It aims to enable you to analyse, solve and advise on construction management problems of an advanced technical and managerial nature.

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In more detail...

This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to enter the world of construction management with confidence in your ability in the areas of technology, legislation, costing and the performance of buildings.

Additionally, we will encourage you to develop the innovation and creativity required to tackle the complex problems faced by the industry, including space, sustainability, cost and technology, not just in the UK but with consideration for the global nature of the industry.

The course is primarily designed to be studied part-time by students currently in employment.

To be awarded a masters degree you must successfully complete modules worth 180 credits. All content will be delivered through a flexible model where students choose the number of modules they will study across a given academic term. Each 13 week term is comprised of 5 sets of 2 week blocks of learning (e.g. 5 x 2 weeks) with the remainder of the term used for assessment (e.g. 3 weeks).

For each module we will provide engaging video lectures and a variety of interactive content and activities. The online contact between lecturers and colleagues will help you stay motivated and committed to learning.

This online course allows busy professionals to fit their studies into other commitments, and maximise work-study balance.

This course will be assessed using a variety of methods which will could vary depending upon the module. Online assessment methods include watching videos, reading articles, tests and completing assignments.

A key aspect of the MSc Construction Management with BIM course, and therefore an excellent reason to choose Coventry University is our integrated project. The project will utilise ‘real life’ construction scenarios and engage our students in role play representing their developing skillset within a virtual simulated environment. Students will develop crucial collaborative skills using several digital construction and communication platforms. Scenario-based learning is a critical tool in preparing our students for the challenges of the professional world. This is an integral part of the degree ensuring students can collaborate effectively when they enter industry.

The Coventry University Group assessment strategy ensures that our courses are fairly assessed and allows us to monitor student progression towards the achieving the intended learning outcomes. Assessments may include exams, individual assignments or group work elements.

On successful completion, you should be able to:

  • Apply the main principles of building technology, design and performance. This includes regulatory, procurement, legal, financial, social, technological aspects including Building Information Modelling during the inception, planning, design, construction, use and redundancy phases of the building process.
  • Accept professional and ethical responsibility. Critical evaluation of knowledge and application of ethics and professionalism within the construction management role.  Governance and corporate social responsibility in respect to procurement, finance and contractual processes and working practices.
  • Appraise, evaluate and advise on current issues in construction including regulatory, legal, policy, sustainability, innovation and internationalisation.  
  • Analyse, solve and advise on construction management problems of an advanced technical, quality assurance and managerial nature, with sound judgement.
  • Identify risks, integrate and ensure a safe working environment and risk management in terms of legislation, health and safety, management and personal responsibility.
  • Critically analyse the multi-disciplinary nature of the construction process including collaboration and Building Information Modelling.  The roles and responsibilities of the construction professionals and stakeholders, and a respect for the fellow team members in terms of both diversity and cultural values.
  • Select and use a range of appropriate IT platforms for the efficient and appropriate completion of construction related tasks. Analyse, interpret and present information using appropriate information technology processes. 
  • Carry out independent in-depth research investigations of a specialised topic, applying appropriate ethical research methodologies. Produce professional reports in accordance with published conventions and/or client expectations.

Each 15 credit module will consist of 150 hours activities. The activity time will be made up of a mixture of guided and self-guided study. Students will have access to an experienced team of tutors and lecturers who will support their studies. Each module will have dedicated online tutorials to support the learning.

What our tutors say

This course is designed to provide you with insights to the demands of the construction industry in the 21st century and give you a better understanding on how to address those needs.

It combines management with technical aspects of construction, making it perfect for a variety of roles within the construction industry, including construction managers, architects, engineers, and contractors.

Danny McGough, tutor MSc Construction Management with BIM

Entry Requirements

At least a 2.2 undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a Built Environment or Civil Engineering related degree.

Degrees outside of the specified discipline (non cognate) or applications from those not possessing the equivalent of an honours degree will be considered on individual merit and decisions will be based on careful evaluation of the capacity of the applicant to complete the programme successfully.

At least a 2.2 undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a Built Environment or Civil Engineering related degree.

Degrees outside of the specified discipline (non cognate) or applications from those not possessing the equivalent of an honours degree will be considered on individual merit and decisions will be based on careful evaluation of the capacity of the applicant to complete the programme successfully.

English as a Foreign Language Participants whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in verbal and written English language equivalent to IELTS 6.5 overall with no component less than 5.5, or TOEFL 600. If you have IELTS 6.0 you may be eligible to study our online pre-sessional English course.

At least a 2.2 undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a Built Environment or Civil Engineering related degree.

Degrees outside of the specified discipline (non cognate) or applications from those not possessing the equivalent of an honours degree will be considered on individual merit and decisions will be based on careful evaluation of the capacity of the applicant to complete the programme successfully.

English as a Foreign Language Participants whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in verbal and written English language equivalent to IELTS 6.5 overall with no component less than 5.5, or TOEFL 600. If you have IELTS 6.0 you may be eligible to study our online pre-sessional English course.

What our tutors say

This course is designed to provide you with insights to the demands of the construction industry in the 21st century and give you a better understanding on how to address those needs.

It combines management with technical aspects of construction, making it perfect for a variety of roles within the construction industry, including construction managers, architects, engineers, and contractors.

Danny McGough, tutor MSc Construction Management with BIM

Starts

Fee


January 2019

£15,050


Starts

Fee


January 2019

£15,050


Starts

Fee


January 2019

£15,050


The modules listed below make up the MSc Construction Management with BIM.

A typical part-time study route, would consist of one or two 15 credit modules studied each Semester, however learners can take up to 5 years to complete their post graduate degree if desired.

Our Admissions Team can work with you to prepare a tailored study plan, which will identify which modules you can study when, dependent on your individual circumstances.

 

Module name Credits Fees per module
BIM Foundation 15 £1,254.16
Contemporary Issues and Research Management 15 £1,254.16
Organisational Theory and Behaviour 15 £1,254.16
BIM and Sustainability Practice 15 £1,254.16
Financial and Asset Management 15 £1,254.16
Contract Management Practice and Law 15 £1,254.16
Integrated Project (Construction) 15 £1,254.16
Project and System Management 15 £1,254.16
Final Assessment - Research Project 60 £5,016.66

What our tutors say

This course is designed to provide you with insights to the demands of the construction industry in the 21st century and give you a better understanding on how to address those needs.

It combines management with technical aspects of construction, making it perfect for a variety of roles within the construction industry, including construction managers, architects, engineers, and contractors.

Danny McGough, tutor MSc Construction Management with BIM

Career prospects

This course aims to prepare you for careers in managing companies and human resources, through motivation and leadership, as well as strategic planning. It is designed to help you progress to senior management roles within the construction industry.

Where our graduates work

Graduates from associated construction management courses work in project management, construction management, architectural and engineering design management and construction site management.

What our tutors say

This course is designed to provide you with insights to the demands of the construction industry in the 21st century and give you a better understanding on how to address those needs.

It combines management with technical aspects of construction, making it perfect for a variety of roles within the construction industry, including construction managers, architects, engineers, and contractors.

Danny McGough, tutor MSc Construction Management with BIM
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