Develop your own individual management approach and gain key skills for a rewarding career in the construction or property sectors with our accredited Masters degree.
Dr Joseph Kwame Ofori-Kuragu is a Senior Lecturer, teaching on a range of construction project management courses.
If you have a degree in the built environment or already work in the construction industry, our MSc Construction Project Management will help you progress your career.
Work alongside professionals and industry experts as you gain the skills and knowledge you need for a variety of management roles in construction and the wider property sector.
Our Masters degree is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, so you can be confident your studies will equip you to meet the current needs of the industry.
On this Masters degree you’ll explore the many factors – technological, economic, environmental, ethical, legal, political and sociological – that affect project management in the construction industry.
Firms in the built environment have complex relationships with their external environments, and we’ll help you understand and analyse these relationships and the impact they have.
You’ll develop your style as a manager and on graduation you’ll be able to confidently understand management and organisations. You’ll also have the right techniques to solve complex problems and make important management decisions.
While studying our MSc Construction Project Management you can become a student member of the CIOB and have access to networking events, site visits and online resources.
At ARU our postgraduate courses fit into your life; you can choose to study part-time or while you work. You’ll study on our modern Chelmsford campus, in the city’s University and Innovation Quarter.
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As a postgraduate student at ARU you’ll benefit from:
Our MSc Construction Project Management degree is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building, the professional body which represents construction leaders and managers worldwide. Students on this programme who are not members of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) already, can join the Institute as Student Members of CIOB.
Senior Lecturer Course Leader: MSc Construction Project Management Course Leader, MSc Construction and Civil Engineering Management
School Learning Lead Chair of School Research Ethics Panel
Our MSc Construction Project Management will prepare you for a wide range of management and project roles in the construction and property industries.
Career opportunities for graduates include working as construction project managers for either construction clients or contractors or in consultancy, working as bid managers, design managers, safety managers, project sustainability consultants, and innovation consultants. There are also opportunities for graduates in project risk management, project procurement, and project supply chain management.
While you’re studying here and after you graduate, you can access support through our dedicated Employability Service.
Graduation doesn’t have to be the end of your time with us. You could choose to continue your academic career with a research programme at ARU, such as our PhD Engineering and the Built Environment or Professional Doctorate in Science and Engineering. Take advantage of our Alumni Scholarship and save £400 on your fees.
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