BSc (Hons) Construction Management
- Starts 2018-06-15
- Duration 4 Years
- Class Duration 8 AM to 3 PM or 10 AM to 5 PM
- Institution UOB ( UK )
- Seats Available 30 Student
ABOUT THE COURSE
BSc (Hons) Construction Management degree program provides with essential skills and knowledge that the current industry is expecting from the construction management graduates and instils the work ethics as well as transferable skills. You will establish a solid grounding in both the practical disciplines and the principles and theories that you will use in this role, enabling you to solve complex industrial and commercially-based construction management problems. On completing this course students are likely to progress to work as a; Construction supervisor or superintendent Estimator Expediter Inspection Insurance Material supply Project engineer Project manager A graduate degree can also support further postgraduate study in the field of engineering, either through a masters qualification, or a PhD.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Foundation - Mathematics I, Physics, Chemistry, Introduction to Constrution Engineering, AutoCAD Basics, English , Geology.
First Year - Mathematics II, Drawing of Construction, Applied Mechanics I (Statics), Surveying, Practical Skills for Engineers, Mechanics of Materials, Sustainable Construction, Applied Mechanics II (Dynamics), Estimating, Engineering Mathematics, English.
Second Year - Engineering Mathematics, Materials, Method & Management, Hydraulics with Lab, Steel Structure Design , Group Project, Open Channel Hydraulics, Structural Analysis & Design, Soil Mechanics with Lab, Design of Reinforced Concrete Structure, English.
Final Year - Honours Project, Emerging Technologies and Policy Development in Construction, Construction Economics Contract, Procurement and Risk Management in Construction, Construction Project Management.
Methods of Assessments
A range of assessment methods are used throughout the course. The types of assessment used range from practical work that assesses the practical application of knowledge and concepts gained in lectures and seminars and also from learning acquired during self-study to presentation and report based assessments. Time controlled in-class test are also utilised to allow the students to experience and adjust to the industry requirements.
First Year (Level 4)
- Have to pass Foundation (Certificate in Engineering) and IELTS (4.5 overall, 4 on individual skills)
- For the credits (have to sum all cresits of foundation subjects as per new syllabus
Second Year (Level 5)
- Have to pass First Year (120 credits) plus Foundation (100 credits) and IELTS (5 overall, 4.5 on individual skills)
Final Year (Level 6)
- Have to pass Foundation (100 credits), First Year and Second Year (240 credits) plus IELTS (5.5 overall, 5 on individual skills)
Admission Entry Criteria
Matriculated or IGCSE or GCE"O" level or equivalent
IELTS (at least Overall 5.5, Individual 5 band scores) for Final Year
Copy of Matriculated or IGCSE or GCE "O" Level Certificates
Copy of Transcript of Certificates
Copy of NRC Card
Copy of Family Member List (Census)
Recommendation Letter (In English)
Copy of Other Certificate (if any)
Copy of Passport (if any)
Passport photos (any color background)
(Foundation Intake) - January/February, June/July,October/November
(Final Year Intake) - February, June, October