Construction Management - Waterford

It has been developed in collaboration with local and national construction companies, the South East Regional Skills Forum and the Construction Industry Federation. A full Level 8 qualification, it is delivered over 12 months via an innovative blended delivery approach combining classroom and online learning. Consisting of 3 semesters worth 20 credits each, there is a strong emphasis upon the development of advanced project management skills, innovation and problem solving, personal and professional development, advanced information technology skills (including scheduling software and BIM) and applied research based on problem(s) identified in industry.

Subjects taught

Stage 1 Modules
Applied Research Methods
Project Programming Management
Development Economics
Construction Collaboration
Construction Law
Quality and HRM
Construction Management Research
Value Management
Professional Practice
Construction Management Practice

Entry requirements

Level 7 in Construction Management or in a cognate area of study in the built environment.

Application dates

Apply online.


10 x 2-day on-campus sessions

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  • Qualifications

    Degree - Honours Bachelor (Level 8 NFQ)

  • Attendance type

    Part time,Daytime

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