UCLan’s MSc Construction Project Management programme focuses upon the project management knowledge areas and project management processes within the context of construction and engineering. The course seeks to extend knowledge in new technologies and in the resolution of complex problems whilst offering the opportunity to develop leadership and team skills. It also provides the opportunity for students to develop research skills which are suited to their working environment and general interest in the project management process. The MSc is achieved by completing the research methods and dissertation modules.
Full time and Part time
Full-time: over 1 year, Part-time: maximum of 3 years.
School of Built and Natural Environment
No Partner College
September, January ,
Specific entry requirements for this course are an Upper Second Class Honours degree or higher in Construction Project Management, Construction Management, Construction, Building Management, Building or related award title.
This course may involve regular access to children and/or vulnerable adults. Where this is the case, students will be required to obtain an Enhanced Criminal Records Disclosure and UCLan will take you through the process.
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MSc Construction Project Management consists of nine modules of which some are compulsory. The modules are: Project Management; Risk Management; Health and Safety Management; Quality Management; Advanced Construction Technology; Leadership and Team Development; Research Methods, and Dissertation. Optional modules are: Project Appraisal and Cost Analysis; International Procurement; Resource and Expenditure Planning and Control. These modules apply to the full-time course. If studying part-time, you can take up to 4 modules per year for the Masters Programme. On completion you will be able to project manage effectively across any built environment sector.
Level 4 modules:
Level 3 modules:
Chartered Institution of Building (CIOB)
Progression routes (Tags)
£6,000 per year
If you are interested in applying for this course, our comprehensive How to Apply pages will guide you through the process. Here at UCLan, our aim is to encourage you to develop your potential and we offer a flexible approach to admissions, which reflects our commitment to all those who would benefit from our courses.