Construction project management bsc

Aston University
En Birmingham (Inglaterra)

£9.250 - ($7.839.086)

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Tipología Bachelor's degree
Inicio Birmingham (Inglaterra)
Inicio clases Septiembre 2017
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Birmingham (Inglaterra)
  • Inicio clases:
    Septiembre 2017

The subjects covered in this degree will give you the necessary management skills and knowledge base for a career in construction project management. You could find yourself working for organisations such as building and project management consultants, quantity surveying firms, contractors, local government and in the service industries.

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Requisitos: Entry requirements BBB - BBC (BBB for any subject. BCC for a science or technical subject).


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West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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comienzo Sep-2017
West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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IT Project Management
Project Management
Financial Training
IT Management
Construction Training


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Our aim in creating this innovative suite of construction degrees is to provide you with the technical knowledge of materials and building processes, an understanding of logistics and planning together with the management and financial skills necessary for a challenging career in the construction industry. 

Construction programmes at Aston University combine the management, economics, finance and decision making skills required by the professional construction and project manager with specialist modules in such aspects as health, safety and environmental management.

The skills necessary for the commercial manager and quantity surveyor to play an integral part in finance, planning and operation of major construction projects are developed during this degree. After the first year your studies will centre on finance, resource management and logistics, together with the necessary knowledge of the construction process. This breadth will give you a skills and knowledge base for a career in construction project management.

Aston's construction degrees are ranked 7th in the UK for Building and Construction by the Times Good University Guide rankings 2010

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Year 1 Modules

  • Research Skills (EC113A)
  • Enhancing Employment Skills (EAS1ES)
  • Introduction to Logistics (LT1301) 
  • Company and Contract Law (LT1305)
  • BIM for construction (EC106C)
  • Surveying (EC111C)
  • Geology and Soil Science (EC122C)
  • Principles of Financial Accounting (BF1101)
  • Introduction to Business Management (SE1500)
  • Construction Technology (EC102C)
Year 2In the second year, the business, financial management, legal and planning aspects introduced in the first year are further developed as are the more technically oriented construction subjects.

  • Inventory Control (LT2102)
  • Project Management (LT2306)
  • Database Management (LT2312)
  • Estimation, Measurement & Scheduling (EC211C)
  • Construction Technology 2 (EC212C)
  • Construction Materials (EC213C)
  • Health Safety and Risk (EC214C)
  • Construction Management and Law (EC215C)
  • Professional Development (EC216C)
  • Introduction to Building Design (EC217C)
Year 3 - Optional placement year

See placement year section or find out more about the Aston placement year. One of the following modules:

  • EAS Study Placement Year (SEP001)
  • EAS Industrial Placement Year (SEP002)


Final YearThe final year besides further enhancing and consolidating your management and technical capabilities provides you with the opportunity to explore in depth a construction-related topic of your choice.

  • Final Year Project (EC310A)
  • Contract Administration (EC305C)
  • Green Building (EC307C)
  • Value Risk & Whole Life Cost Management (EC311C)
  • Advanced Materials (EC312C)
  • International Construction (EC315C)
  • Facilities Management (EC316C)
  • Human Resource Management (LT3306)
  • Quality Engineering (ME2018)
  • Purchasing Principles and Processes (LT2321)