Master of Project Management for the Built Environment

University of Newcastle

Project management is the discipline of planning, organising, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives. Over the last decade, the Construction/Building/Engineering/Design Industries have embraced modern professional project management as a specialised discipline. Effective project management will help: Meet or exceed client expectations; Maximize the use of resources (time, people, money, space, etc); Bring projects to a successful conclusion on time and within budget; Successfully manage project stakeholders and project risks; Evaluate project outcomes and document learnings future reference; and Build confidence in a team for future projects. This program has been assembled by practicing professional project managers, with courses logically built around the project life cycle providing the skills required to deliver a project from 'Start-up' to 'Wrap-up'.

Course Fee:

Australian: $40,687
International: $48,555

Entry Requirements:

Entry with a Bachelor degree in a non-related discipline plus 5 years relevant work experience will be required to complete 120 units; Entry with a Bachelor degree in a related discipline will be required to complete 120 units; Entry with a Bachelor degree in a related discipline plus 5 years relevant work experience will be required to complete 80 units; Entry with a Bachelor Honours degree, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Masters in a non-related discipline will be required to complete 120 units; Entry with a Bachelor Honours degree Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Masters in a non-related discipline plus 5 years relevant work experience will be required to complete 80 units; Entry with a Bachelor Honours degree, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Masters in a related discipline will be required to complete 80 units.

Structure:

120 units including 70 units of Core courses and 50 units of Directed courses. Students may be eligible to complete a reduced number of units based on previous qualifications and/or experience. Refer to full admission requirements for pathway options.

Subjects you can Study:

Project management; Built environment

Recognition:

Australian Institute of Project Management

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00109J

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Callaghan No info Yes Online 1.5 years

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