Want a career as a construction manager or a quantity surveyor? Study the Bachelor of Construction at AUT.
AUT’s Bachelor of Construction aims to equip students with robust and industry relevant skills for careers as either construction managers or as quantity surveyors in the local and global construction industry. Both roles are vital for the construction industry.
The degree emphasises the capabilities required by the construction sector, and graduates will be well prepared for future roles in the construction industry.
Maths (with stats or calculus), Science, Business and Management, Digital Technologies, Economics, Legal Studies, Design and Visual Communication
The Bachelor of Construction is a 360-point degree. You complete 120 points from core courses, 120 points from your chosen major, 60 points from a compulsory minor in Professional Practice, and 60 points from a second minor (from either the Bachelor of Construction or another degree at AUT) or from electives.
You also need to complete a minimum of 600 hours of planned supervised work experience to graduate, in addition to completing all your courses
As part of your first year, you’ll study four core courses that provide the foundation knowledge required for the Bachelor of Construction.
You’ll also study two courses from your chosen major.
You become more specialised in your chosen major.
In your second year you’ll also study three core courses alongside your major courses.
In your third and final year you complete a final core course alongside your major courses, and a 30-point project.
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