This course is taught by industrial practitioners, bringing real world experiences into the classroom.
The course's primary focus is on project management using the building information modelling process. This will give you the chance to take your career forward - from a management viewpoint, not just in construction, but in other sectors as well. We teach the principles of project management, while using building information modelling.
You'll be in a class of around 50 if you're a full-time student, alongside people from places like India, China, Vietnam and Egypt. Our teaching starts in the afternoon as we know some of you will need to take time off work to attend classes. You'll have the beautiful new Graduate School at your disposal as well as the facilities within the School.
WHAT YOU'LL GET UP TO
The course is all about balancing theory and practice. As part of your studies, you'll hear from practitioners as well as academics. You will have the option to take a three-day study tour in London and a 10 day study tour to Toronto, Canada. You'll get an insight into how industrial companies work, and a foot in the door with those companies, who are always interested in Queen's graduates.
Building Information Modelling Project Management highlights
Please note: Applications for this course, received after 30th June may not be accepted. A deposit will be required to secure a place.
- The degree is accredited by - Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)
- The programme is also unique in that it is the only Building Information Modelling MSc that focuses on Project Management within the UK and Ireland. Furthermore, the programme is delivered by a mixture of research orientated academics and industry professionals, all of whom work within the remit of project management and/or building information modelling.
With the development of Building Information Modelling (BIM) within the Built Environment, it is now fast becoming the norm. This programme provides both new and experienced project managers with the necessary skills in BIM, to effectively coordinate and deliver construction projects.
Dr John Spillane