University of Technology, Jamaica - Bachelor of Construction Management (Post Diploma)
Graduates of the Bachelor of Construction Management programme are well equipped with both technical and managerial competence that will enable them to perform in any related area within the construction sector. Examples include Design, Planning, Development, Construction Management, Rehabilitation and Development Control. Graduates generally enter the construction sector at the middle management level and can manage teams engaged in planning and construction of roads, building complexes, bridge construction, water supply systems and sewage treatment and disposal systems.
These projects require fundamental knowledge of construction engineering and management principles and practices. As well as business management and human behavior. The ability to assess projects and analyze technical and human requirements are important aspects of successful construction management and the programme provides these skills to graduates. Opportunities for graduates exist within both public and private sectors and are found in most large construction organizations. This programme is offered as a Post Diploma programme and runs for three (3) continuous semesters from September of the intake year to August of the following year (12 Months).
- Listing ID: 4688
- Institution Category: Universities
- Institution Type: Public
- Field of Study: Project/ Construction Management
- Awarding Body: University of Technology, Jamaica
- Qualification Level:
- Education Sector: Higher Education
- ISCED Code: 07 Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction- 073 Architecture and Construction- 0732 Building and Civil Engineering
- Qualification Developer: School of Building and Land Management, University of Technology, Jamaica
- Quality Assurance Body: University Council of Jamaica (UCJ)
- Entry Requirements: UTech, Ja Diploma in: Construction Management, Structural Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Architectural Technology, Land Economy and Valuation Surveying OR equivalent. Interview may be required.
- Number of Credits: 42