Develop the skills you need to lead and manage teams in a variety of roles in the construction sector by studying for our MSc Construction and Civil Engineering Management.
Whether you're a civil engineer looking for a management qualification, you're new to a construction management role, or you're looking to advance to a management position, you'll gain the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to succeed as a manager in the building sector. You'll develop your own management style and have the opportunity to consolidate your new skills by carrying out your own research or work-based project.
Our eight key modules are designed to give you a deep understanding of the role of a manager throughout the entire construction process, whether they're leading and managing teams or solving construction-related problems. You'll therefore enhance your employability as a manager in a wide range of roles across the built environment sector.
You can choose to study our MSc Construction and Civil Engineering Management degree full-time, part-time, or by 100% online distance learning - whichever works best with your existing commitments.
What’s more, our MSc Construction and Civil Engineering Management degree is accredited by The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). Once you've completed three years' on-the-job experience, you'll be eligible to apply for Chartered Status with the CIOB.
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Our Construction and Civil Engineering MSc degree is accredited by The Chartered Association of Building (CIOB). Once you've completed three years of on-the-job experience, you'll be eligible to apply for Chartered Status with CIOB.
Construction and civil engineering managers are responsible for the practical management and planning of every stage of a construction project. They ensure building projects are completed safely, within budget and on time. Our Construction and Civil Engineering MSc is designed to give you a deep understanding of the role of a manager throughout the entire construction process, whether they're leading and managing teams or solving construction-related problems. You'll therefore enhance your employability as a manager in a wide range of roles across the built environment sector.
Whether you're already in a management position, or looking to advance to one, you'll learn how to approach the personnel and practical elements of management. You'll discover and hone your own management style, developing your knowledge, skills and confidence along the way.
Our Employability Service is here to work with you throughout your time at ARU and after your graduate. You can consult them for careers, CV, job searching, application and interview advice online and over the phone. You can also take advantage of our Employability Programme, which helps you hone the skills employers say they want in graduates, as well as an online portal packed with useful careers resources.
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