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LM082
Construction Management and Engineering

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This course will provide you with a broadly based management and technological education so that you are capable of recognising, evaluating and solving constructional and business problems associated with building and civil engineering projects.

The course will teach you how to adapt to technological change in a competitive industrial climate. Construction management prepares you to systematically plan, organise and manage resources such as finance, labour, plant and materials.



Construction Management and Engineering

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Careers open to you with a degree in Construction Management and Engineering include roles in: 

  • Construction Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Property Development
  • Estimating and Costing
  • Project Management
  • Construction Research



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