Awarding Institution: 

Awarded by SEGi University

Full Time Duration: 
2 to 2½ years
Intake Dates: 
January, July and September


Construction Management graduates are involved in the management and technological aspects of a construction project from the beginning to the end. Graduates will be involved in project budgeting, planning, quality management, administration and safety and professional practice.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the Diploma in Construction Management are well poised to transition directly into employment, pursuing job roles across a variety of different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include construction project supervisors, project executives, construction contract executives, assistant construction project managers, construction project managers, or construction sales executives.

Graduates can also consider articulating into a range of degree programmes and, depending on units/electives completed during their studies, students may be eligible to apply for advanced standing.

Entry Requirements

SPM with a minimum of 3 credits (including Mathematics) and pass in 1 science subject or other equivalent qualification.

Programme Modules

Foundation Soft Skills Basics of Construction Mgmt
  • Computer Application
  • English
  • Engineering Communication  & Case Studies
  • Introduction to Construction Management
  • Construction materials
  • Engineering drawing
Construction Technology Construction Management Construction
  • Building construction
  • Building services
  • Geomatic engineering
  • Structural analysis
  • Construction Cost anagement
  • Site management, planning & control
  • Project management
  • Construction safety & health
  • Project
  • Estimating and costing of building
  • Construction economics
  • Cost planning
  • Specification & contract documentation
  • Construction law
  • Contractual procedures