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POSTGRADUATE Studies from KINGSTON UNIVERSITY

MSc in Structural Design and Construction Management

MSc in Management in Construction

Aims and Objectives:

These MSc courses are designed to give students confidence to operate in the construction management environment more effectively.

In particular:

MSc Management in Construction

Enables students to work in a multi-disciplinary team within the construction industry. Student will be able to undertake working roles in controlling efficiency and financial results in an environment of inter-firm relationships.

MSc Structural Design and Construction Management

Enables students to design and analyse standard and innovative structures and advise on the type of structure. Students will be able to respond to the problems associated with the construction process.

Modules are held either in the evening, day or are complete weeks.

All Fields are structured into:

  • Four core modules
  • Research Methods module (1 Day plus research proposal)
  • Project

The MSc Management in Construction modules are:

  • Management of Project Risk, Quality & Safety
  • Estimating, Tendering and Procurement
  • Business in Practice
  • Legal Obligations and Conditions of Contract
  • The Dissertation

The MSc in Structural Design and Construction Management modules are:

  • Management of Project Risk, Quality & Safety
  • Estimating, Tendering and Procurement
  • Seismic Design of Structures and Substructure Design
  • Structural Design in Concrete and Steel
  • The Dissertation

Assessment Methods

The modules are assessed by means of examinations, or coursework, or a combination of the two.

Admission Requirements

Applicants are normally required to have:

  • A good honours degree in a related discipline with at least two years relevant post-qualification experience. For suitable applicants with less experience a special course of counselling must be undertaken.

OR

  • Qualifications alternative to the above together with appropriate experience, or exceptionally, substantial experience in the built environment alone will be acceptable.

Overseas students whose first language is not English are required to have passed a recognised English Language examination:

  • TOEFL minimum score of 650 plus TOEFL written test at Grade 5 or above.
  • TOEFL computer based test – minimum score of 280
  • British Council IELTS test: Band 7 or above.
  • Cambridge proficiency in English Grades A-C.

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