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BSc (Hons) Construction Management & Technology

Programme Description

This two-year part-time degree programme is validated and accredited by University Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) and is intended to provide a coherent programme of study which develops the theoretical, practical and management skills necessary to meet the demands of a dynamic, rapidly changing industry. 

It has been designed to provide a qualification appropriate for those people already practicing, those who intended to practice as construction professionals and those wanting to progress onto further study. 

At a Glance

  Part Time

  2 years

  Ammanford Campus

Programme Features

The main aim of the course is to meet the changing needs of the built environment by preparing those studying at this level to gain a recognised degree that meets the current and future needs of the industry.

Programme Content

The modular programme comprises five modules (a total of 120 Level 6 credits). 

Modules in Year 1 

  • Construction Contract and Environmental Law 
  • Construction Technology for Sustainable Buildings 
  • Construction Management Studies 
  • Modules in Year 2 - 
  • Integrated Group Project 
  • Dissertation (8,000 words)

Progression & Employment

This course provides an opportunity for those wishing to progress in, or enter into, a range of construction related careers such as architectural technology, project management, building control, surveying, site management, maintenance and services.

Method of Assessment

Year 1 assessment will be through three module assignments and three examinations.

Year 2 assessment will be through an integrated group project assignment and an 8,000 word dissertation.

Entry Requirements

Foundation degree, or HND related qualification subject to UWTSD regulations. 

The university welcomes applications on the basis of prior learning. Further details can be obtained from the course tutor.

Additional Costs

There is no additional fee, however, it is likely that you will incur additional costs for personal equipment and for course related excursions.