Awarded ByInfrastructure University
Duration1.5 – 2 Years
About the course
Master of Science in Construction Management (Mixed-Mode)course provides multi-disciplinary and high-quality university education in the field of Construction Management. Being one of the most recognized university in the field of civil engineering in Malaysia, IUKL is offering a Master of Science in Construction Management degree (Mix-Mode). The Master of Science in Construction Management (MScCM) is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in a relative engineering discipline who wish to pursue a graduate degree. The Master of Science in Construction Management is designed to provide students with a formal qualification at the master’s level. Candidates will be trained with technical and managerial knowledge and skills to:
(i) successfully plan, operate and manage construction projects; and
(ii) advise and support authorities in decision-making and policy-making.
Career opportunities exist for a wide range of organizations including manufacturing construction companies, research organizations, academic institutions, energy agencies, local, state and federal governments and local authorities. The general programme objective is to educate professionals and scientists who contribute effectively to the development and management of Construction industry on both a local and global scale. A combination of lectures, coursework and research enables the candidate to be exposed to advanced knowledge of construction technology and methods, construction management, project costing and at the same time to explore, research, and analyse in order to come up with the most effective framework for the success of the construction projects implementation and at the same time fully aware of the sustainability issues and commitment to them.
Career prospects in the Construction sector are excellent. The Construction Management sector proves to be a stable employment environment with a continually rising need for highly educated professionals. Government agencies, Construction & Development Companies, and other companies play a decisive role in the management of present and future country’s infrastructure. Programme graduates will deal with the management of Construction industry and, to a lesser extent, with education and research. Graduates are therefore prepared to fulfill both a professional and academic role. They need well-trained Construction Management professionals. Many graduates find employment with private companies, such as consultancy agencies and industrial firms. Others go on to careers in non-governmental organisations. The programme’s academic-level education not only prepares construction sector professionals but also future lecturers and researchers, creating a multiplier effect that spreads across many countries.
- Project manager
- Quality assurance manager
- Facilities manager
- Maintenance manager
- Construction manager
- Cost consultant
Year 1 (25 Credits)
Risk Management and Construction*
Advanced Construction Technology
Management Theory and Organisational Behavior
The Economic of Construction Industry*
Construction Law and Contracts
Year 2 (Six Month – 20 Credits)
Research Project 1
Research Project 2
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