Make Big Things Happen as a Construction Manager
Make positively huge things happen in a career in construction management. Stand at the foot of an awe-inspiring building and say “yes, I helped build that.”
In this exciting new course, develop your essential construction manager leadership, teamwork, project management and resource management skill toolkit - both onsite and in the virtual world.
The construction industry is not only booming with Victoria’s Big Build and a Federal government investment of $110 billion over the decade - it is also going through a massive digital transformation.
And with our Australian-first partnership with a global tech company - you’ll be at the forefront of the future of the construction industry.
It’s the only construction management course in the country that gives you access to industry-standard, state-of-the-art hardware and software technology in the lab.
Throughout this course you’ll model and simulate projects for a range of construction management aspects such as time, cost, quality, productivity, safety and sustainability.
And with a digital skillset like this - your employability as a construction manager will boom too, landing you in a dynamic, highly paid career when you graduate.
Did you know?
Construction managers have an average weekly pay of $3450 and there’s strong future growth according to joboutlook.gov.au.
Want real-time, personalised advice that's free and quick?
Our Swinburne course experts are on-hand and ready to chat through everything from course selection to applying to VTAC preferences. Book now.
- Semester 1 - 28 February 2022
- Semester 2 - 1 August 2022
3 years full-time or equivalent part-time plus an optional year of Industry-Based Learning for domestic students or a minimum of 12 weeks Professional Engineering Experience.
Full-time, Part-time (day)
- 3400212451 (CSP)
- 3400212453 (IFP)
At Swinburne scholarships are about providing opportunity, promoting equity and recognising excellence and achievement. Scholarships are available for both commencing and current students.