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MSc Construction Management with BIM from Coventry University

Gain the knowledge and skills to enter the modern world of construction management

  • Overview
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    AT A GLANCE
    • Provider: Coventry University
    • Platform: Futurelearn
    • Format: Completely online
    • Study options: Flexible online, 2-5 years (part time)
    • Starting: May 2018, September 2018
    • Fees: £14,311 (full degree) | £1,192.58 (per module pay-as-you-go)
    • Link to Degree Page: Construction Management with BIM - FutureLearn
    OVERVIEW
    Increasing populations create the need to build more buildings, bringing the demand for appropriately trained and qualified construction professionals to an all-time high.

    Whether you’re an engineer, architect, or contractor, this degree is designed to equip you with the skills needed to enter the modern world of construction management and help apply the BIM technology to avoid delay and waste.

    You will work on an integrated project which utilises ‘real life’ construction scenarios preparing you for the challenges of the professional world.

    ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS
    At least a 2.2 undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a Built Environment or Civil Engineering related degree.

    Degrees outside of the specified discipline (non cognate) or applications from those not possessing the equivalent of an honours degree will be considered on individual merit and decisions will be based on careful evaluation of the capacity of the applicant to complete the programme successfully.

    Participants whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in verbal and written English language equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or IELTS 6.0.

    TASTER COURSES
    GLOBAL ISSUES IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
    COVENTRY UNIVERSITY

    Explore the key issues faced by the construction industry today and discover sustainable approaches to resolving them.

    INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING
    COVENTRY UNIVERSITY

    Understand the historical issues in construction and how BIM can be used to support a transition to a more efficient construction.

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