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Master's degree in Building Construction Management

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The aim of the master's degree in Building Construction Management is to produce graduates who will be involved in processes for managing and leading building construction companies and who will strive to improve these processes.

 

Introduction

In the fields of architecture, construction, civil engineering and business management and administration, there is a lack of specific training on topics related to the organisation and management of construction projects and the management of built heritage and energy in buildings. Significant differences between the construction sector and other industrial sectors mean that the curriculum of the master's degree covers the specifics of managing the construction process.

The master's degree in Building Construction Management is structured so that the compulsory subjects give students tools and knowledge in the fields of economic, quality, energy and built heritage management, and in company management and construction sector projects. The aim of the optional subjects and the master's thesis is for students to deepen their knowledge of the aspects of building construction management that most interest them (such as project management, the use of integral management tools or real estate marketing) as a step towards greater specialisation on a doctoral degree or to improve their professional standing.

 

 

Academic coordinator:

Mr Jesús Abad Puente ()