Construction Management

Construction management courses in Canada are offered as diploma, graduate certificate, or masters degrees. Depending upon the type of degree, the construction management courses in Canadian universities last for 1-2 years. International aspirants seeking admission into Canadian universities for construction management need around 37,000 CAD (average) to cover their tuition fees.

Throughout your coursework, you will learn to handle expenses and budgets, interact and indulge with architects, and deal with aspects like safety and legal permits. These courses teach students to become better construction managers through managing, estimating, and scheduling residential, industrial, commercial, and institutional construction projects.

While in the final year, students gain professional experience through project work or co-up programs. It is estimated that construction management graduates can earn a starting salary of 56,000 CAD which increases up to 103,000 CAD with experience.

Construction Management Course Unit

1.People and Organisations
2.Project Management Research Methods
3.Management of Projects
4.Construction Project Management Professional Practice
5.Project Planning and Control
6.MoP Dissertation
7.Environmental Assessment
8.Risk Management
9.Project Finance for Infrastructure Projects
10.Conflict Management & Dispute Resolution

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