MBA in Construction Management

 
The MBA in Construction Management has been designed for personnel working in the construction industry at the executive level. The programme is designed so that the MBA may be achieved through self-paced study by distance learning, onsite courses and/or blended learning. Career experience in the construction industry is taken into consideration for entry to the programme, and candidates are eligible for advanced placement for recognised prior learning. On this basis it is not a requirement to hold a first degree. All candidates are assessed on an individual basis and they may contact in Melbourne (Australia) AISI for a free consultation prior to submitting an application.
Course Requirements
The MBA in Construction Management requires successfully completing 8 modules. A final project, and attendance at the concluding MBA workshop and networking event is required.
Modules
  • Risk Management
  • Managing Marketing
  • People Management
  • Managing Organisations
  • Project Management
  • Management Strategy
  • Legal Obligations in Construction
  • Management Accounting and Finance
Final Project
This is a Customised Project which is aimed at consolidating all the knowledge learnt in the modules into an applied outcome.
MBA Workshop and Networking Event
This is a three day programme and is a requirement of the course, and provides an opportunity to meet colleagues in the construction industry. There will be workshops, seminars and group activities including a welcome reception and a farewell dinner. The venue may be held in Sydney/Melbourne (Australia), Canterbury/London (UK) and Paris (France).
Faculty
All faculty are academically qualified and have industry experience. The Academic Committee oversees the standards of the course and is responsible for quality assurance at all levels.
Start Date

Any time for distance learning. Onsite: check the school intakes.  

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