Undergraduate BSc (Hons)

Construction Management

Develop expert knowledge in buildings work through exploring the role of the construction industry, management in the construction industry and technology of buildings.

Construction Management

Course Overview

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  • Institution code

  • Main location

    City Campus
  • Attendance

  • Duration

    3 Years
  • Start date

    16 Sep 2024

As part of this course, you’ll:

  • Develop the range of skills you’ll need to be able to undertake construction management positions
  • Study the legal, financial and economic environments in which the industry operates
  • Understand the other professions involved in building
  • Gain an overview of the whole construction process, including surveying, quantity surveying and architectural technology
  • Learn to use commercial awareness and professional managerial knowledge in managing contracts within specified quality, cost and schedule boundaries
  • Understand responsibilities associated with managing site operations, including those concerning the commissioners of a development, direct employees, subcontractors, the public and agents of regulatory and other authorities

You’ll benefit from our links with Leeds Sustainability Institute’s research, and construction companies such as BAM and Bovis. Throughout your course you’ll be encouraged to practise working collaboratively to replicate real-life experiences and prepare to work on construction projects.

Why study Construction Management at Leeds Beckett University...

  1. 94% of students on BSc (Hons) Construction Management were positive about the way teaching staff explain things*
  2. Fantastic placements and sandwich year opportunities
  3. Local/regional site visits
  4. Opportunity to network with industry professionals
  5. Industry experienced expert teaching team

*National Student Survey 2023

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