Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Project Management for the Built Environment provides students with specialised project management skills that will be highly valued by the property development, construction, mining, utilities and industrial sectors. This program has been assembled by practicing professional project managers, with courses logically built around the project life cycle providing the skills required to deliver a project from "Start-up" to "Wrap-up".
Students in the Master of Project Management for the Built Environment will complete a total of 120 units of which 70 units are core courses and 50 units are directed courses.
- project scoping and integration
- project scheduling, resource management and leadership
- project communication
- project procurement, cost, quality and risk management
- program management
- project closure
- project management research
Standard entry requirements
3 Year Bachelor (AQF level 7) in a non-related field of study
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