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The Bachelor of Construction will prepare you for a career at any level in the construction industry.
You will learn and get practical experience in construction practices and technology, building services, health and safety management, construction methodologies and more.
Tailor your degree to your career goals by choosing one of three specialisations:
The Bachelor of Construction aims to develop graduates who have the intellectual rigour, skills and capability needed by construction professionals.
The qualification is aimed at secondary students who have achieved the requisite entrance qualifications, at recent certificate or diploma graduates (in Architectural Technology or Construction or Project Management or Quantity Surveying) wishing to undertake a degree programme of study, and at people working in the construction industry wishing to obtain a more senior position.
It will be of interest to building inspectors, building practitioners, construction managers, contract supervisors, project managers, and quantity surveyors.
Public and private sector organisations employing graduates will benefit from the knowledge and specialist skills that the graduates have acquired during their programme of study.
Possible employers in the public sector include government departments, local authorities, and educational institutions.
Possible employers in the private sector include construction companies, consultancies, and infrastructure service companies. Graduates may also work in private practice.
After graduation (and further work experience in some cases) possible jobs include Building Estimator, Building Inspector, Construction Economist, Construction Manager, Contract Manager, Project Manager, Property Manager, Quantity Surveyor, Site Manager and Team Leader.
The Long Term Skill Shortage List published by Immigration NZ in February 2018 includes Building Project Manager and Quantity Surveyor.
Students are required to complete international qualifications equivalent to NCEA Level 3
English Language Requirements
Applicants whose first language is not English, or who come from a country where the language of instruction in schools is not English, must meet the English proficiency outcomes as below:
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