Diploma + Degree + Master in Construction Project Management | Auston Institute of Management


Our 3 years programme in Construction Project Management aims to help professionals take the first step towards building a successful career in the dynamic field of project management. The emphasis throughout this programme is on the application of practical tools and techniques used to enhance the effectiveness of project planning and implementations in construction industry. You will gain a broad and integrated knowledge, combining engineering and management competences in a strategic, tactical and operational perspective.


Within three years, students will be graduated with a Diploma in Construction Project Management awarded by Auston Institute of Management and a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Construction Project Management and Master of Science in Construction Project Management awarded by University of the West of England, Bristol UK. The award of the degree is guaranteed by the university to be identical to that awarded in the UK, in certificate, transcript rights and recognition.

You will be equipped with a broad range of construction project management skills together with technical depth required by the profession and the necessary breadth of knowledge required to see their roles in a wider context and work effectively alongside other built environment professionals.


Diploma in Construction Project Management – awarded by Auston Institute of Management, Singapore

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Construction Project Management  – awarded by University of the West of England, Bristol UK.

The award of the degree is guaranteed by the university to be identical to that awarded in the UK, in certificate, transcript, rights and recognition.


This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) UK. You can work towards Chartered Builder or Chartered Construction Manger status if you are already working in the industry.

With a set of project management knowledge and skills, a project manager usually is a high level management role within a large construction or development project, who has to insure a construction project effectively and efficiently being procured, designed and contracted through a proper tendering process, and successfully being delivered safely, on time, within budget.


ModuleCourse Fee
8 Mths4


  • Application fees : S$481.50


ModuleCourse Fee
16 Mths10


  • Application fees : $481.50


ModuleCourse Fee
12 Mths9


  • Application fees : $481.50


DurationModuleCourse FeePackage Deal


8 Mths




Degree16 Mths10$26,380.00


Master12 Mths9$26,800.00


  • Application fees : S$481.50 (one payment only)

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Diploma in Construction Project Management

Advanced your career with the Diploma in Construction Management. This diploma is designed to equip students with the right knowledge and skills to manage building projects.

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Construction Technology and Services

This is an introductory module to the fundamental methods, systems and materials used in construction as well as experience the daily activities of an individual in the role of a construction project manager.

Law, Economics and Management

This module is intended to give the students an idea of the environment in which contractual obligations are fulfilled in the construction project management environment.

Building Science

By the end of this module a student should gain an understanding to Identify a range of common and emerging construction materials and discuss their properties. Explain how each material can be analysed and evaluated using established scientific processes. Identify and summarise the legislative constraints affecting material selection, environmental design and energy efficiency. Identify the different parameters of a building’s materials and internal environment that contribute towards human health and comfort. Explain the scientific principles underlying heat, humidity, light, sound, air quality and ventilation; and how each of these is influenced by different building materials. Describe the role of energy systems in providing healthy and comfortable environments

Design Project for Construction Managers

By the end of this module a student should gain an understanding and appreciation of the design process by other professionals in the built and natural environment; the aim of the module is to create an awareness of the design process. The module focuses on architectural, structural and environmental design considerations, and the need to recognise the influence of cost in the process. It also seeks to provide a focus for the integration of the design process with other subject areas within the award.

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Construction Project Management

This UK Degree builds a solid foundation for practicing professionals with advanced project management skills & technical knowledge to be a qualified project manager in the construction industry.

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Master of Science in Construction Project Management

Our master degree equips you with the practical methodologies, tools, principals and philosophies towards a successful career in the dynamic field of project management in the construction industry.

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Construction Project Management Practice

This module equips students with the skills to evaluate and advise on the environmental influences that affect the complex construction project. Students will learn how to use value analysis and other techniques to report on the feasibility and financial viability of a construction project. Students will learn about preparing a strategic framework for the organization systems required to run a major project.

Conflict management will be studied to effectively resolve conflicts in a team. Students will learn how to formulate and justify effective monitoring and control systems for delivery, quality and value of the project. The evaluation of project performance will be taught to understand the importance of feedback for future practice. Students will also learn how to develop environmentally sustainable project management methods including innovative practices and reference to safe and healthy systems.

Sustainability in the Built Environment

On successful completion of this module, students will understand the concepts of sustainable development and how it relates to the built environment. Students will learn how to articulate the key drivers and trends affecting the built environment and how these relate to the concepts of sustainable development. Students will also understand different measures or features in the built environments that contribute to their sustainability at different spatial scales. Legislation and targets, accreditation  schemes and environmental management systems will be learned to critique the mechanisms through which sustainable built environments are delivered.

Managerial Finance for the Built Environment

Students will be able to examine how organizations compile financial records and compute financial statements; and analyze the legislation, accounting concepts and principles that underpin financial statements. Students will learn how to evaluate and interpret the contents of financial reports with the use of recognized tools to assess a company’s performance and financial position. This module also allows students to learn about assets and liabilities control, profitability control and how organizations make tactical decisions. Students will also learn about the principles of costing, overheads, breakeven analysis and pricing theories.

Construction Contract Law

On successful completion of this module students will be able to critically evaluate current practice and the legal framework within which construction contracts are used. Students will learn how to analyze disputes and problems in building contracts and select appropriate solutions, recognizing the importance of communication, negotiation and conflict management. Students will also learn how to apply clauses in standard forms of contract to solve problems relating to construction project. Students will be asked to use selected forms of construction contract to identify their main components as a precursor for efficiently managing key aspects of the project. In the end of this module, students will gain deep understanding of the way that businesses interact in the construction process.

Construction Procurement

Students will demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the current forces for change in construction procurement. Students will also learn to evaluate the effectiveness of the different procurement strategies and methods available in meeting the current challenges and customer needs. Students will gain in-depth knowledge of the appropriate tools and techniques to support the successful delivery of effective procurement.

Project Management Principles

In this module, students will identify different types of projects and their management approaches and strategies. Students will be able to give a critical overview of the success factors that have been instrumental in the wider adoption of project management. Students will understand the impact of risk and value and develop a strategic framework for a project in a given situation. This module allows students to critically review generic approaches to the planning, organization, monitoring and time, cost, quality control of projects and the productive, efficient and effective delivery of projects in the post-Egan era.


Students are required to do a dissertation which a research question and/or hypothesis will be selected, to provide a rationale for this. Students have to design an appropriate research strategy to examine the chosen question (s) and/or hypothesis, demonstrating a critical awareness of the methodological problems posed by the investigation. Students will collect, analyze and synthesize evidence and/or data using appropriate techniques and instruments. Students have to work independently to plan and manage a complex research project over an extended period of time and complete it by a given deadline.

BIM in Design Coordination

Students have to critically evaluate current practice in the use of BIM throughout the various stages of the design process. Students will learn how to analyze the wider range of BIM processes and tools and select appropriate solutions, recognizing the importance of communication, coordination of design information. Students will be able to apply BIM tools for generation, reviewing, analysis, simulation, and coordination of design information.

BIM for Construction Operations

On successful completion of this module students will be able to critically evaluate current practice in the use of BIM for construction operations. Students will learn how to simulate construction schedules and logistics using BIM to communicate and evaluate project activities. Students will be able to apply BIM for buildability scenario forecasting, including interference management and clash detection. BIM will be used by students for construction system design. Students will have to work as part of a team for this module.