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The MSc Construction Management course provides graduates and professionals of an engineering background in the built environment (civil engineers, architects, quantity surveyors, contractors and consultants) with the knowledge and skills needed for a rewarding management career in the construction industry. The course includes management modules delivered by academic staff members of Cass Business School complemented by modules delivered by senior professional engineers heavily involved in addressing the practical aspects of planning, financing and delivery of large scale civil engineering projects in industry.
Graduates have a variety of employment opportunities as project managers in construction and engineering consultancy firms and as managers/leaders of construction business units both public and private.
Graduates from relevant field of engineering are eligible to join the program. However, the applicant must have a minimum of 15 years formal education (12 years of schooling plus three years of undergraduate). Furthermore, the applicant must have secured a minimum CGPA of 2.0 or 45 percent in Bachelor’s level. The following are the relevant field of engineering: Civil engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Hydropower Engineering and Architecture.