Bachelor of Construction Management (Ara)
Become a sought-after professional in the construction industry.
The Bachelor of Construction is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to work at a high level in the construction industry, as a leader who is able to innovate and contribute to new ways of creating the built environment.
The programme starts with an introduction to the knowledge, skills, attributes and academic abilities required of a construction manager or quantity surveyor. You’ll gain discipline-specific skills and knowledge, starting with a focus on small domestic buildings then moving on to low-rise and large commercial construction, then heavily serviced, multifaceted projects.
Your year-two project work and assessments will require problem solving, independent research skills and application of cultural approaches and aspects of sustainability. In the third year you’ll be required to source and organise technical, project and academic research information, and evaluate, critique and propose well-rationalised solutions.
To complete this Degree you are required to complete a minimum total of 360 credits.