Bachelor of Environments (Construction)

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Bachelor of Environments (Construction)

  • Study mode
    The Bachelor of Environments (Construction) is taught on campus.
  • Program rating
    Construction is not only about building, it is a multitasking profession that involves managing people, materials, processes, projects and even law. This course reflects the interdisciplinary nature of construction and is reinforced with guest speakers and teachers who work in the industry, as well as practical aspects such as site visits.
  • Employability
    Some possible careers for graduates of this program are construction cost consultants, quantity surveyors with financiers, project managers and property developers.
  • Expected salary
    Salaries in the Australian building services industry range from $50,000 to $199,000 per annum.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Environments (Construction)
  • Course description
     Large-scale construction is a feat of multitasking. It explores the management of people, processes and materials on specific building projects; and requires strong interaction with the many aspects of the building industry.

    As urbanisation and the scarcity of resources place increasing pressure on our civil infrastructure, construction professionals must be prepared to work within multidisciplinary teams to achieve the best outcomes for future generations.
    About the Major in Construction

    Just as the building industry embraces both building and commerce, so will your studies in construction, with subjects undertaken in everything from construction structures to management and law.

    The breadth of the construction profession is further revealed by site visits, guest speakers and teachers who work in the industry – ensuring that your studies are grounded in the real world.

    Bachelor of Environments graduates with a Construction major might work in construction management or quantity surveying in Australia or internationally.

    The Construction major provides a strong grounding that prepares you for further studies in the Master of Construction Management.

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