FdSc Construction Management

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Further your career in construction. Get insight into building design, production, management, and technologies with our part-time, CIOB-accredited degree course.



Get hands-on site experience with our week-long construction module, coordinated by Morgan Sindall.

The construction industry is one of the most dynamic, diverse and significant in the world.

We live, work and play in the built environment – and our Construction Management foundation degree will develop your skills, knowledge and understanding of the technology and management involved in its creation.

Our part-time course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and ranked in the top 25% in the UK for overall satisfaction (National Student Survey, 2020). It will prepare you for work in construction or construction project management. You'll also have the opportunity to progress onto our specialist BSc (Hons) Construction Management, and gain a full honours degree.

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World-class facilities

While studying at ARU you’ll be able to access:

  • mechanical engineering workshops and concrete labs
  • specialist labs, including those for geotechnics, hydraulics, and structures
  • creative resources such as 3D printers.

Outstanding student support

Join our student community and:

  • learn from expert lecturers
  • benefit from award-winning learning facilities, including extensive library and IT resources
  • access support, should you need it, with study skills, careers advice, health and wellbeing, and more.

The Chartered Institute of Building

Our FdSc Construction Management degree is accredited by The Chartered Association of Building.


Our FdSc Construction Management degree is designed to prepare you for work in construction or construction project management.

You could follow several routes, such as working in a contracting organisation, the estates department of a larger company, or for a specialist consultancy organisation.

After gaining some experience and achieving professional qualifications, you may be able to work as a self-employed consultant or start your own specialist consultancy practices, in the UK or overseas.

This course also offers a progression route to our specialist BSc (Hons) Construction Management, which is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building and Chartered Association of Building Engineers.


“As students we have the opportunity to [join] a week-long field trip. You'll gain hands-on experience of drawing interpretation, project management, concrete pouring, steel frame erection and formwork fabrication. I really enjoyed the experience.”


Read about Nadanum's experience at Constructionarium

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