2.5 year (108 UOC) program
- Undergraduate degree with a credit average in a related field, OR
- Undergraduate degree in any field with a credit average plus 3 years construction industry experience at a managerial level, OR
- Graduate Certificate in Construction Project Management and Graduate Certificate in Property and Development with a credit average.
Students who meet one of the following criteria will receive advanced standing of 24 UOC. They will not be required to undertake BENV7020 Research Seminar (6 UOC), REST0018 Research Project (12 UOC) and one 6 UOC elective.
- Undergraduate Honours* degree with a credit average in a related field, OR
- Undergraduate Honours* degree with a credit average in any field plus 3 years construction industry experience at a managerial level, OR
- Masters degree with a credit average in a related field
Students who enter from either 8121 or 8127 will receive credit for all courses completed in these programs and any credit granted before commencing the single degree will be honoured in the double degree.
Related fields: Studies in built environment disciplines, engineering, business or law.
*An Honours degree consists of usually a year-long research program as part of a Bachelor's degree, either as an addition to a general Bachelor’s degree or an embedded program in the final year of a specialised Bachelor's degree. In the Honours degree, students shall complete selected courses within a supervised program of research (either field, laboratory, archival exploration or design-based), and produce a high-quality research thesis or design work which is marked/graded. The Honours degree requires students to demonstrate advanced disciplinary knowledge through independent or self-directed research and critical thinking as required by the Australian Quality Framework (AQF) level 8.