|Abbreviation||FT / PT|
|MSc(ConstProjectMan)||FT / PT|
The MSc(Construction Project Management) programme aims to introduce both the general skills of management science and the financial and administrative skills appropriate to professionals, within the context of the construction process. The programme includes studies of the procedures involved in the effective management of construction, and the economic and legal constraints which determine them.
Each student must complete
(1) twelve courses including prescribed and elective courses; or
(2) nine courses including prescribed and elective courses plus a dissertation.
The prescribed courses are:
- Construction management practice;
- Procurement systems;
- Law for the real estate and construction industry;
- Project workshop (CPM);
- Management theory and projects; and
- Occupational health, safety and well-being in construction
The elective courses can be chosen from a wide range of options depending on the choice of the following majors:
- MSc(Construction Project Management)
- MSc(Construction Project Management) majoring in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution
- MSc(Construction Project Management) majoring in Quantity Surveying
MSc(ConstProjectMan) including all its majors is recognized by RICS. The MSc(ConstProjectMan) programme majoring in Quantity Surveying is accredited by the Quantity Surveying Division of HKIS, in addition to having been recognized by, and currently seeking re-accreditation from, the CIOB and PAQS.
Mode of Attendance
Full Time (one year)
Part Time (usually two years to three years, with classes on evenings and Saturdays)
Medium of Instruction
Programme Entrance Requirements
To be eligible for admission to the programme, an applicant shall satisfy both the University Admission Requirements and the Programme Specific Requirements as listed below:
(a) comply with the General Regulations and the Regulations for Taught Postgraduate Curricula;
(b) hold a Bachelor's degree of this University or a qualification of equivalent standard from this University or another comparable institution accepted for this purpose;
(c) for an applicant who is seeking admission on the basis of a qualification from a university or comparable institution outside Hong Kong of which the language of teaching and/or examination is not English, shall satisfy the University English language requirement applicable to high degrees as prescribed under General Regulation G2(b).
(d) satisfy the examiners in a qualifying examination if required.
Programme Admissions Advisor
|Dr Roine Leiringer|