You'll usually need an undergraduate degree (at least second class) in civil engineering or an equivalent professional qualification.
Months of entry
You'll develop transferable skills of scholarly writing, research, critical thinking, independent learning, communication, technical and problem solving, enabling you to engage with continued professional development and further advanced study in the disciplines of civil engineering and construction management.
You'll study modules of keen interest to both civil engineering and construction professionals, including flood risk engineering management, sustainable development, and environmental performance management. The combination of core and optional modules enables you to tailor your studies to address topics important in successfully achieving and maintaining sustainable built environments, whether they are significant property developments or infrastructure projects including highways and railways.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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