BSc (Hons) in Construction Management (Site Management)


The industry is fast moving. New construction methods, techniques and technologies develop rapidly and legislation is always changing, which is reflected in the course delivery.

The course will develop knowledge and understanding of construction processes, management skills, building technology and environmental and sustainability issues.

Key aspects of the BSc (Hons) in Construction Site Management programme are the work based modules that allow the students to apply their learning in the workplace. The programme will provide broad based core studies which will develop technological and managerial skills and knowledge. This CIOB accredited course is taught through a mixture of group and individual classroom activity, guided assignments, presentations, case studies and formal examinations. Students will need to undertake private study for the duration of the course. The amount will vary according to the student’s individual abilities and aspirations, but most will find that extra study is beneficial.

Construction covers public and private housing, public buildings such as hospitals and schools, commercial and industrial buildings, and infrastructure such as roads, bridges and power plants. It is project-based and good teamwork, forward planning and organisational skills are essential. The industry repairs, maintains and refurbishes existing buildings and installs services such as power and ventilation in new and existing buildings.

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What our Graduates do
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How To Apply
How To Apply Apply through UCAS Course Enquiry Line
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Subject Area(s)
  • Higher Education (Degree Level)
  • Professional
  • Colchester

(Full-time) 3 years

(Part-time) 5 years

Course Code: ZT1BSCSP01
Part-time Applications direct to Colchester Institute

Course Validated By
  • University of Essex
  • CIOB
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Funding Type
  • Funded


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