The programme provides students with an in-depth knowledge of the built environment sector and will enable graduates to analyse complex contemporary challenges and equip them with the skills to formulate creative and innovative solutions.
Students will develop the capacity for critical thinking and the opportunity to apply this thinking to real-world problems and challenges in the built environment. They will be equipped to lead, develop, and manage within a range of built environment organisations.
The Masters in Management of the Built Environment includes modules in: leadership strategy; construction project management; Business Information Modeling management; building economics; life cycle cost analysis; research methods; dissertation as well as electives enabling students to specialise in areas of interest.
Graduates will be well-placed to take up positions in the built environment sector both on the design/development and contractor side of the business. Employment opportunities include: design; procurement; construction; management of new buildings or refurbishment of existing structures.