BTech: Construction Management (Facility Management)
Course Information and Fees
The course focuses on the planning, execution and management of facility management projects. The work of a facility manager mainly comprises the following:
- Ensuring management of facility related services
- Manage the maintenance of facilities
- Assessment of properties and facilities
- Planning and programming of projects relating to facilities
- Controlling and managing contractors and service providers
The ideal facility manager is a practical problem-solver and a self-motivated achiever who enjoys working in multidisciplinary teams. Applicants should be goal-orientated, enjoy working in a project environment, and have the ability to communicate with and motivate people at all levels.
Good human relations, as well as the ability to think logically and report on situations in an orderly manner, are important as the facility manager needs to develop close relationships with a variety of stakeholders.
Purpose and Rationale of the qualification
This qualification is intended for persons specialising in the field of construction management. Persons achieving this qualification will be competent to independently perform services relevant to contract planning management and property development.
The main areas of employment are with facility management companies, insurances as well as state and semi-state departments. Opportunities exist in pursuing careers as consultants or self-employed service providers.
For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements.
Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application.
For all Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate admission requirements.
The fees for 2020 reflected below may be subject to change.
Please confirm the final fee amount by contacting the relevant Faculty Office or contact person as listed at the bottom of this page.