These programs will provide graduates with an opportunity to gain advanced theoretical and practical knowledge of construction and infrastructure management principles, procurement and cost analysis. Graduates can pursue careers as construction managers, project engineers/managers, civil engineers and asset management engineers in a range of industries including consulting engineering, construction, research organisations, private sector, local and other government authorities.
At the completion of the Master of Construction and Infrastructure Management course, graduates will be able to:
1. Demonstrate high-level advanced knowledge and skills in Construction and Infrastructure Management practice related to design, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings and civil infrastructure;
2. Plan and execute an independent research project in a relevant Construction and Infrastructure Management topic by applying appropriate research principles, sound methods and research skills;
3. Reflect in managing practical issues/ complex problems and describing/ developing contemporary and sustainable Construction and Infrastructure Management trends and best practices related to design, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings and civil infrastructure;
4. Investigate, analyse and synthesise complex information, perceptions, problems, concepts and theories of Construction and Infrastructure Management practice to provide rational solutions to composite problems using critical thinking and team-based/ independent judgement in the project-based construction industry;
5. Demonstrate clear and coherent communication skills to articulate complex knowledge and justify propositions and professional decisions to specialist and non-specialist audiences; including clients, customers, multi-disciplinary/ multi-cultural project teams and stakeholders;
6. Demonstrate a high level of autonomy, accountability, credibility, ethics, and responsibility for all personal work outputs.
The Swinburne Graduate Attributes signify that Swinburne intends that its teaching courses assist all its graduates to be:
- capable in their chosen professional, vocational or study areas
- entrepreneurial in contributing to innovation and development within their business, workplace or community
- effective and ethical in work and community situations
- adaptable and able to manage change
- aware of local and international environments in which they will be contributing (e.g. socio-cultural, economic, natural).