Study Construction Management and help see the completion of commercial and residential construction projects. Our qualifications will give you the hands-on experience of how to plan and manage time, resources, quality, and health and safety so that you can succeed in this in-demand industry.
Gain the skills you need to for a career in Construction, with your choice of specialising in Construction Management or Quantity Surveying.
Construction Management focuses on detailed site logistics planning and managing onsite construction work and you will graduate with the ability to manage and price construction projects. Quantity Surveying builds a solid grounding in the budgeting and financial administration of construction projects including whole-life costing, law, contracts and contractual risk analysis.
Our programmes have been developed in consultation with employers and industrial and professional bodies to ensure you enter the work force fully competent and industry-ready. You will graduate with eligibility to apply for MBIE’s Licensed Building Practitioner Scheme Site Licence classes 1, 2, and 3.
The biggest point of difference with us is our real-world approach to learning. The experience you’ll gain on your work placement as part of your programme will give you the skills to seamlessly transition from study to employment or promotion.
Construction Management qualifications
During year one, you will study courses such as construction technology, measurement and estimating. In your second year, you can choose to specialise in either construction management or quantity surveying. This qualification works well undertaken part-time, while employed in a related role.
Project Manager, Quantity Surveyor, Site Coordinator
If you already hold a New Zealand construction-related trade qualification at Level 4 or higher, this qualification is a good step up from our diploma programme. If you choose the site management strand, your studies will focus more on detailed site logistics planning and managing onsite construction work. The Quantity Surveying strand focuses on financial feasibility studies, budgets and cost planning.
Quantity Surveyor, Senior Project Manager, Senior Site Manager