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Whether you’re looking to start a career in building and construction or you're interested in progressing into construction management roles such as a site manager or property developer, UniSQ's construction degrees will give you the knowledge, skills and expertise you'll need. Your studies will also give you a strong foundation in engineering principles to tackle problems in the workforce. 

Explore UniSQ's Construction Management degrees

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What is construction management?
Construction management is a professional service that provides the project’s owner(s) with end-to-end management of the project's program, cost, quality, safety, scope and function, from planning and design to construction and turnover. Construction management ensures the project owner maintains a successful project.
What does a construction manager do?
Construction managers are responsible for overseeing and coordinating construction projects. They work with architects, engineers, other construction professionals, and sometimes even government officials to ensure a project is completed on time and within budget. Construction managers must have strong communication and organisational skills and knowledge of building codes and safety regulations.
What can I do with a degree in construction management?

UniSQ delivers construction management courses designed to prepare competent and skilled construction managers, to meet the demands of a booming industry . Have you made a career change, or are you looking to upskill? Study construction management at UniSQ, and learn along-side renowned academics and industry professionals, committed to providing you with the required skills to succeed in your career.

Career opportunities range from site management to contract administration, construction estimator, project manager, project engineer, project coordinator, and construction engineer.

What options are available for studying construction management with UniSQ?

At UniSQ, we have a range of online and on-campus construction management degrees and courses to choose from to suit your career needs. An Associate Degree in Construction will allow you to kickstart your career or enable you to carry on with further study. You will gain specialised skills in built environment, quantity surveying, and building services design.

A Bachelor of Construction (Honours) will have you graduate ready to manage construction projects, including residential, industrial and infrastructure projects. If you already have professional construction experience, this construction management degree will help you work towards a higher earning salary as a qualified construction manager.

What are the pathways to entry?
At UniSQ, if you don't meet the entry requirements to your chosen construction management degree, we have other options and pathways available to you. Whether you are an international students from a non-English speaking background, you haven’t studied in sometime, or meet the entry requirements for a Graduate Certificate or a Graduate Diploma as a stepping stone to further study, we have several pathway program options available.
Is a construction management degree right for me?

If you're interested in a career in construction management, you'll need strong communication and organisational skills, as well as keen eye for detail in order to understand often complex documentation such as building codes and safety regulations. A degree in construction management can give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in this field.

Are you unsure if a construction management degree is right for you? Explore our surveying and built environment courses, including construction management degrees as well as spatial science and urban and regional planning.

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