Postgraduate Taught Courses

Postgraduate taught courses in the School of the Built Environment aim to develop highly skilled managers who are able to take on the challenges facing the future built environment.

Some courses are designed to equip recent or aspiring entrants to the Built Environment sector with key knowledge and skills. Others offer existing practitioners the opportunity for further advanced professional development. All reflect the very latest thinking and practice in their disciplines and benefit from our internationally acclaimed research work.

The courses have a regular structure with 4 (30 credits) taught modules plus a single 60 credit dissertation module. Most courses have two intakes per year – in September and January.

The School offers accredited postgraduate degree courses on a full-time, part-time and distance learning basis as listed. Distance learning courses can be completed from anywhere in the world without the need for UK attendance. Standard IT facilities and good internet access are essential.

Course

Accrediting body

FT

PT

DL

MSc BIM and Digital Built Environments

N/A

Yes

Yes

Yes

MSc/LLM Construction Law and Practice

RICS

Not accredited

Not accredited

Yes

MSc Building Surveying

RICS (subject to validation)

Yes

Yes

Yes

MSc Construction Management

RICS, CIOB, APM

Yes

Yes

Yes

MSc Project Management in Construction

RICS, CIOB, APM

Yes

Yes

Yes

MSc Quantity Surveying

RICS

Yes

Yes

Yes

MSc Quantity Surveying (M&E)

RICS

   

Yes

MSc Real Estate and Property Management

RICS

Yes

Yes

Yes

MArch  

Yes

  

MSc Dementia: Care and the Enabling Environment is taught jointly between the School and the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work & Social Sciences. 

For details on applying, please see the University's study pages.

Courses delivered in Sri Lanka

Courses delivered in Mauritius