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  • Curtin University

    Manage construction projects with confidence

    Become a project manager, quantity or building surveyor, estimator or contract administrator. Study domestic, commercial and civil construction technology, measurement and estimating, project management, and contract and cost management.

    Available majors

    • Level 4 Subjects - Professional,  
    • Level 4 Subjects - Honours
  • Curtin University

    Your introduction to construction

    Study 4 core subjects in construction management—and get entry and credit in Curtin’s Bachelor Degree. Study low-rise and high-rise construction, including how to manage sites. Start thinking about your career in estimating, contract admin and more.

  • University of South Australia

    USA-BCM-DEG | Undergraduate

    Establish your career in the construction industry

    Construct a solid career foundation studying the built environment. Learn to build low rise residential and light commercial buildings. Craft surveying, planning and management skills. Connect with the construction business and join industry networks.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-CMG-DIP | Undergraduate

    Carve out a career in this booming field

    Developed with industry, this course is designed to prepare you for roles such as site supervisor, contract administrator, project management associate and estimating associate.

  • Southern Cross University

    Move up the ladder to supervision in civil construction

    Take your trade to the next level. Upskill in specialisations including CAD, site safety, and planning. Graduate and be ready for roles including estimator and safety officer. Or continue your studies in civil engineering with degree level study.

  • Southern Cross University

    Get ready to step on site and supervise

    Work towards a career in construction, project management, or engineering. Through online study and industry placements you’ll develop practical and technical skills. Graduate and you’re ready to work in industry and be recognised professionally.

  • University of South Australia

    Assemble your construction career

    Craft the career in construction you crave. Cover design, drawings and lifecycles – making use of knowledge in construction planning, technology and science. Graduate with the ability to become a construction manager, planner, surveyor and more.