BSc (Hons) Construction Project Management (Online)

  • Course Fact File
  • Course Code N/A
  • Duration 2
  • Credits 60
  • NFQ Level 8

 Semester 1 – 2016/17, 1st or 2nd Year

Semester 2 – 2016/17, 1st or 2nd Year

Semester 1 – 2016/18, 1st or 2nd Year

Semester 2 – 2017/18, 1st or 2nd Year

*Projects & ICT/Dissertation

Projects & ICT : Must be studied when in First year of Course
Dissertation: Must be studied when in Second year of Course
Both Modules are to be assessed at year end only =  10credits
ContactHours –  All Modules 2hrs per week (exception : Dissertation 1hr per week)

Course Summary

Programme Code: SG_JCONS_K08

Delivery: Online

About Construction Management

Construction Project Management is a professional field that focuses on each part of the construction process of any built environment. Our CIOB accredited Bachelor of Science (BSc) in construction project management course is designed specifically for those planning a career in the project management profession. The course at IT Sligo equips graduates with skills and knowledge in project management as well as an understanding of the business process and environment.

Key Skills

Graduates will gain skills in the following key management areas; risk management, procurement, value management, project finance, business accounting, project scope, environmental management, supply chain management, planning & control, method statements, quality management, strategic planning, strategic management, marketing & competition, contract law, health & safety, contractual claims, dispute resolution, construction contracts, FIDIC, international construction markets, international mergers and acquisitions and global strategies. Key professional skills will also be gained through our multidisciplinary project (project execution plan) and through project planning and risk management software.

Dissertation/ Projects & ICT : Must be studied when in the year one of Course
- Both Modules are to be assessed at year end only = 10credits

All Modules 2hrs per week
(exception : Dissertation 1hr per week)


Key Course Information

Award: Level 8

Application Closing Date : 31st August 2021

Entry Requirements

A level 7 qualification in a related construction/engineering discipline. Recognised prior learning (RPL) is also taken into consideration.

Career Opportunities

Graduates will be ideally equipped to take up positions as project managers or project leaders in a variety of disciplines including; construction, energy, utilities, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, architecture, production, design and service industries.

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Programme Fees

Total Fees €8,400

Per year €4,200

Per module €1,400