Engineering Project Management MSc

Description

The course aims to train professional engineers to move into higher management positions within the construction services industry.

 

Learning Outcomes

The objective of the postgraduate program entitled "Engineering Project Management" is to train professional engineers to move into higher administrative positions in all phases of analysis, design and creation of construction projects. To achieve this objective, postgraduate students should study the following Topics/Courses: DCHT50 - Principles of Construction Project Organization and Management, DCHT51 - Construction Project Analysis and Design, DCHT60 - Construction Law and Construction Safety and DCHT61 - Construction Economics and Management. After successful completion of DCHT50, postgraduate students will be able to comprehend and apply the principles of business administration, to organize and manage a construction site and will have in-depth knowledge of information systems in construction management. Successful completion of DCHT51 leads to in-depth knowledge of analysis and design of structures, of principles of construction technologies as well as of building materials and construction equipment. DCHT60 intends to the comprehension of construction law and safety and of environmental impact of construction projects and construction sites. Finally, after successful completion of DCHT61, the postgraduate students will know in-depth the principles of engineering economics, how to achieve successful construction planning and estimation as well as successful construction project scheduling and control.

 

Programme ECTS credits: 120

Minimum study duration: 2 academic years


Classification according to ISCED-2011 of Unesco:
based on the level of Education: 7    
based on the field of Education: 52 Engineering and engineering trades

Classification according to ISCED-2013 of Unesco:
based on the field of Education: 0732 Bulding and civil engineering

 

Prerequisites

Applicants to the Engineering Project Management course must possess an undergraduate degree in a related field from a Greek Public University, a Technical Educational Institute or an equivalent degree. 

Knowledge of Greek language at C1 level and very good knowledge of English language are required.

20% of the offered positions shall be occupied by candidates with proven ten-year professional experience.

Note:

Where previously mentioned:

a. Graduates of Universities or Technological Educational Institutes’ departments are all the degree holders of Greek Universities and Technological Educational Institutes’ departments as well as anyone with equivalent foreign degree recognised by the Hellenic NARIC (Hellenic National Academic Recognition and Information Center – DOATAP/former DIKATSA) or the Technical Training Institute (ITE), respectively, or holders of the first cycle of study of the above-mentioned departments of accredited foreign institutions*.

b. Graduates of Universities or Technological Educational Institutes are all the degree holders of Greek Universities or Technological Educational Institutes, as well as anyone with equivalent foreign degree recognised by the Hellenic NARIC (Hellenic National Academic Recognition and Information Center – DOATAP/former DIKATSA) or the Technical Training Institute (ITE), respectively, or holders of the first cycle of study of accredited foreign institutions*.

The term “Universities” refers to University Schools, Technical Universities and the School of Fine Arts.

*N.B.: Pursuant to par. 7, art. 34 of Law No. 4485/2017 “No Postgraduate Diploma shall be awarded to a student whose first cycle degree from a foreign institution has not been recognised by the Hellenic National Academic Recognition and Information Center (Hellenic NARIC), under Law No. 3328/2005 (Α80)”.

Contact

Course Director
Associate Professor Georgios Hadjigeorgiou, Hellenic Open University

Registry
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