Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours)
CRICOS Code: 103892B | Course Code: CRS1400826
This undergraduate honours program has been designed to prepare you for a professional role in managing residential, commercial, industrial or civil construction projects. Graduates will have an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the construction industry and the business aspects of construction.
AISI’s Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) gives you the most current industry standard skills needed to excel in construction management. Graduates will also be proficient in Quantity Surveying and Property Development; this will enable you to work in other areas of construction not just the managerial side.
To demonstrate your competency and be job-ready at the final semester you will have the opportunity for work-integrated learning in job placement or a capstone project conducted in a simulated work environment. This will give you a competitive advantage amongst your fellow student peers at other Universities. Our dynamic focus on practical learning has set our graduates apart equipping you with the confidence and skills to excel.
Small class numbers are organised for blended learning or synchronous online learning. These classes are flipped to facilitate learning through class discussions and learning activities to stimulate high-level thinking. The small classes encourage building positive relations with your colleagues and the academic staff.
In addition to scheduled classes, you have the opportunities to drop-in-sessions and consultations with academic staff. You also have access to support services and counselling services to assist you in academic and non-academic issues that may impede your progress and success.
you will attain knowledge and skills to above industry standards to perform a wide range of tasks such as:
Location: City Campus
As a graduate of Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) the career opportunities below listed below (not limited to):
Tuition Fees: $75,000
Application Fee: $250 (Non-Refundable)
Textbook, Materials and Resources Fee: $330 per unit
Card Fee for 2020/2021 is $26.70
Fee for Service: Domestic. Government funding may be available for this course. Click here to find out more.
To complete the Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) students must attain 400 credit points consisting of:
All core units are equal to 12.5 credit points and elective units are equal to 50 credit points.
Therefore the 400 credit points must include the following:
The Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) may be completed in less than three years by taking selected units in Trimester 2 of each year of study. This will allow for greater flexibility in your studies.
3 Years Full-time
AISI has three intakes in each academic year(trimester). Please follow the link below to show the dates of enrolment, start and end date of each teaching periods, including exam and holiday dates. International students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible in order to successfully enrol into their desired program.
First Year, Trimester 1 – Course Structure:
First Year, Trimester 2 – Course Structure:
First Year, Trimester 3 – Course Structure:
Second Year +
Second Year, Trimester 1 – Course Structure:
Second Year, Trimester 2 – Course Structure:
Second Year, Trimester 3 – Course Structure:
Third Year +
Third Year, Trimester 1 – Course Structure:
Third Year, Trimester 2 – Course Structure:
Course Learning Outcomes:
Graduates of this course should be able to:
Completion with First-class Honours i.e. H1 requires:
Completion with Second Class Honours Division A i.e. H2A requires:
Completion with Second Class Honours Division B i.e. H2B requires:
Currently there are no articulations for entry or at the completion of this course, however Academic Credit and RPL can be granted on an individual basis.
Assessment methods include written reports, essays, oral presentations, tests, quizzes, portfolios, examinations and simulated projects.
Blended Learning Please note: During COVID-19 restriction times, the learning is predominately synchronous on-line with timetabled virtual online classes.
Current or Recent Year 12 graduate/student:
The applicant with recent secondary education (within the last 2 years)
Completion of an Australian Senior Secondary School Certificate (e.g. VCE) or equivalent with a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in any other English and a minimum ATAR score of 50.
Applicants with Vocational Education and Training Study. Completion of Cert IV is the minimum requirement for admission. Applicants with higher vocational qualifications may apply for Academic Credit or RPL.
Higher Education Study:
The minimum requirement for admission is the successful completion of at least one subject of a higher education qualification at AQF level 5 or higher.
Applicants Work & Life Experience:
The minimum requirement for admission is a minimum of five years’ experience in construction or a related industry and successful completion of an interview.