BASIC STUDIES COMMON TO ALL IN SEAMK
|Studying at a University of Applied Sciences||2|
|Career planning and internationalisation||2|
Business and entrepreneurship competence
|Basics of Entrepreneurship||3|
|SeAMK Innovation Week||2|
Research and project work skills
|Introduction to Research and Development||2|
|Introduction to Construction Project||3|
BASICS OF ENGINEERING
|Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, written||0|
|Swedish Skills of the Staff of Public Organizations, oral||0|
|English for Construction Site Managers||3|
|Geometry in Construction Engineering||4|
|Business Mathematics and Statistics||3|
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES IN CONSTRUCTION
|Basics of Urban Planning||2|
|CAD and BIM in construction||5|
|Basics of HVAC||3|
|Statics for Construction Site Managers||4|
|Basics of Strength of Materials||4|
Earth and foundation construction
|Basics of Geotechnics||3|
|Basics of Foundation Engineering||3|
|Rock and soil mechanics||4|
|Management and labour legislation||4|
|Construction project management||3|
|Purchasing and agreements||4|
|Management at constrcution site||3|
(Select 26 ECTS)
|Basics of Construction Physics||4|
|Indoor air climate||2|
|Massive Timber Construction||2|
|Massive Timber Construction||2|
|Basics of structural design||4|
Construction Site Management
|Construction with pre-fabricated units||3|
|Construction Planning Project||5|
|Construction Site Project||5|
(Select 7 ECTS)
|Refresher course in mathematics||3|
|Refresher course in Swedish||2|
|Refresher course in English||2|
Multi-field working life projects
(Select 5 ECTS)
|Practical training 1||5|
|Practical training 2||10|
|Practical training 3||15|
|ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60||60|
The curriculum has been planned so that the student completes 60 ECTS credits per academic year and 30 ECTS credits per semester
Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.
PROFILE OF THE PROGRAMME
Degree Programme in Construction Management option is:
- Building Construction
Construction Management trains the construction site production planning and managerial positions, as well as the management of construction projects. Leading to qualifications to act as responsible supervisor of the same master. Provide jobs for construction companies, construction, real estate and public sector organizations. Employment in the construction is excellent, especially since the work of the leaders are in short supply.
You can become a foreman in charge, the building administrator, building inspector or site manager. Construction managers have also established many significant construction companies.
Degree Programme in Construction Management aim is to provide the capability to construction work management. The training emphasize in labor management and site engineering. Some of the studies are carried out in cooperation with companies.
Tasks consists of all kinds of construction work management and production planning functions. This requires a building production professional, technical and financial expertise.
The foreman leads various phases of the construction site and is responsible for ensuring that the work is carried out in accordance with the provisions. The job also includes work safety, schedule, quality and cost issues, as well as construction of environmental issues.
The training is to implement, in close co-operation with the construction companies.
Work and require the expertise of a worker more and more data acquisition and data processing skills, teamwork skills, problem solving skills, continuous learning and the ability to combine different types of knowledge in practical work. Construction Site Management training emphasizes a constructivist view of learning in which students play an active role and a private world of experience is an important part of education. The teacher's task is to serve as a director of learning and study coordinator.
The course utilizes a variety of learning strategies to support the student's professional development and working life skills and vocational skills. The studies include group work, expert lectures, laboratory exercises, company visits, assignments and practical training.