Masters in Construction Management

Masters in Construction Management takes a minimum of 1.5 years full time.

Aims of the programme

The Masters in Construction Management programme is designed to provide theoretical as well as practical knowledge and skills for managing the social, technological, financial, and environmental challenges facing the construction industry of today. Addressing the principal and emerging concepts and methodologies of construction project management it provides advanced educational opportunities for cognate students from a wide range of industries/background including engineering, architecture, and the real estate and construction sector.

The programme will kick start the student's career or further develop the expertise to advance their career in the construction industry.


Drawing references to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK), the international benchmark and framework upon which the practice of project management is based, the course will produce project managers capable of managing constraints in time, resource, and quality, as well as the social, environmental and regulatory challenges in the construction industry.


The programme targets both regular and in-service candidates. To accommodate and cater to the pressing time and work demand for in-service candidates, the programme offers flexibility for students to voluntarily exit after each semester.


Students will be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Construction Management (PgCert.in CM) and Post Graduate Diploma in Construction Management (PgDip. in CM) after the successful completion of the semester I and II respectively. Option to continue the programme after a certain duration is also offered upon fulfilling the necessary entry requirement conditions.