Master's courses within the School of Construction Management and Engineering offer flexible study options taught through an interdisciplinary approach. You will establish a firm grounding in your chosen specialism, enabling you to progress your skills to the next level.
Flexible modular study
Benefit from the flexibility to fit your studies around work and other commitments.
Work acrOss disciplines
Study with world-leading academics using an interdisciplinary approach.
BUILD YOUR professional CAREER
Accelerate your career-path with us.
All of our master's courses are accredited by at least one professional body and we have a track record of active engagement with the professions - you can be confident that your learning is professionally relevant and of a high standard.
We offer seven MSc courses. Each can be taken as a one-year full-time course or as a modular flexible part-time course.
Acquire the tools and techniques of financial and cost management from inception of a project, through to design and construction. Accredited by RICS and CIOB.
Gain specialist expertise of construction in the unique context of emerging economies undergoing rapid urbanisation.
Develop your skills in the management of the construction firm, including finance, organisation, procurement, ICT and the expectations of clients, developers and investors in projects. Accredited by RICS and CIOB.
Benefit from an advanced course offering an interdisciplinary approach to the design and operation of sustainable buildings and cities. Accredited by the Energy Institute and CIBSE.
Gain specialist expertise around the implementation and use of digital technologies, such as BIM, in the construction sector.
Focus on the strategic management of projects, programmes and portfolios, and become a project leader in construction. Accredited by RICS, CIOB and the Association for Project Management (APM).
Gain a robust understanding in renewable energy and sustainable technologies, as well as carbon management and energy use in the built environment. Accredited by the Energy Institute and CIBSE.