The demand for construction managers in Australia has grown strongly over the past five years and is expected to continue to grow over the next five.
According to the Australian Government Job Outlook, there is likely to be around 47,000 job openings in this field through to 2022, with workers leaving and new jobs being created.
With excellent prospects on the horizon, there’s no better time to consider upskilling with a Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) degree from CQUniversity to best prepare you for career progression into construction management.
CQUniversity is one of the few universities offering builtenvironment and design course by online study, enabling you to study anywhere in Australia and while you’re working full or part-time.
The construction management course is offered part time and online, giving you the flexibility to balance personal and professional commitments.
Designed to develop your expertise in planning and communication and provide you with an in-depth knowledge of construction, the bachelor-level course has a strong focus on construction management and planning, services, building maintenance and materials and structures.
With CQUniversity’s strong industry links, students can be assured that they are gaining a practical understanding of the latest industry innovations, industry codes and practices.
Students learn about material selection and usage, communication, planning and ethics, ensuring they are well-rounded in knowledge and work ready.
As a leader in online learning, CQUniversity provides an excellent platform to learn from skilled lecturers and academics and also like-minded peers.
To learn more about CQUniversity’s Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) degree and its entry requirements, visit the CQUniversity website www.cqu.edu.au.