The Bachelor of Applied Science (Construction Management) is a 4 year, full-time equivalent program. The first 3 levels comprised of 24 subjects (24 x 25 credits) and the fourth level of study either an Honours Stream (7 subjects: 6 x 25 credits plus 1 x 50 credits) or a Professional Stream (8 subjects: 7 core x 25 credits plus 1 elective x 25 credits) - a total of either 31 subjects or 32 subjects respectively.
This degree is a management-orientated practice-based degree which covers a broad range of interrelated disciplines including domestic, commercial and civil construction. It focuses on several core subject areas, including technology, measurement and estimating, project management, contracts administration, cost management and communication.
This degree qualifies graduates to work as project managers, quantity surveyors, construction managers, estimators, contract administrators and building surveyors.