M.Arch. (Construction Management)

M.Arch. (Construction Management)

Master in Architecture in Construction Management

Duration: 2 Years
Level: Post Graduation
Type: Degree
Eligibility: Graduation

M.Arch. Construction Management or Master of Architecture in Construction Management is a postgraduate Architecture programme. Construction Management is a very well picking-up stream of Architecture & Construction World. It is about overall Planning, Coordination and Control of a Project, from Start to End, aiming at its successful completion to meet the Client’s & Designer’s requirement within the stipulated Time, Cost and Quality, in order to produce a functionally and financially viable Project. Course teaches you how to integrate multiple professional requirements for bringing construction projects to successful completion, including estimating, cost control, risk, new technologies, project planning, scheduling, negotiation, and labour relations. The coursework also examines how to manage the various types of contractual relationships governing the owner, the contractor, subcontractors, consultants, and architects, as well as the essential skills of bidding, negotiating, handling disputes and claims, devising and implementing strategic business plans, and leadership.

M.Arch. Construction Management Eligibility    

  • Bachelor of Architecture with minimum 45% marks in aggregate or any other equivalent qualification.
  • In some of the reputed universities and colleges, there is an entrance examination for admission.

M.Arch. Construction Management Syllabus

Syllabus of Construction Management as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

Sr. No. Subjects of Study
1 Economy in Construction & Infrastructure Development
2 Construction Contracts
3 Construction Accounts
4 Project Management Techniques
5 Management Technology and Organization
6 Information Technology in Construction
7 Construction Practice Workshop
8 Managerial Skills Workshop
9 Construction Personnel Management
10 Materials and Equipment Management
11 Construction Finance Management
12 Construction Safety Management
13 Construction Quality Management
14 Case Study
15 Information Technology in Construction II
16 Legal Framework of Construction
17 Building Services and O&M Management
18 Infrastructure Development Project Management
19 Quantitative Techniques in Management
20 Construction and Environment
21 Advanced Construction Technologies


M.Arch. Construction Management Colleges

  • Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University – JNAFAU, Hyderabad
  • CCLS College of Architecture and Design, Rohtak
  • Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nasik

M.Arch. Construction Management Course Suitability

  • Applicants should be able to develop the intellectual skills needed to conceptualize, develop and manage the construction processes.
  • Students must also be to grasp a solid grounding in core technologies supporting the construction industry.
  • Course is suitable to equip graduates with the tools necessary to succeed in the complex and competitive built environment.

How is M.Arch. Construction Management Course Beneficial?

  • The Course is beneficial to prepare graduates to be industry leaders who implement the best engineering and management practices and technologies in the construction industry and to conduct research to develop advanced technologies and management approaches.
  • They can be employed in the work of bridges, roads, tunnels, canals and other large structures.
  • They can also go for further research studies like in M.Phil. and Ph.D.

MArch Construction Management Employment Areas

  • Academic Institutes
  • Large Corporations
  • Construction & Property Companies
  • Building Products Manufacturing Companies
  • Engineering Firms
  • Manufactured Housing Corporations

M.Arch. Construction Management Job Types

  • CRD Consultant
  • Regional Manager
  • Purchase General Manager
  • Tunnel Construction Engineer/Manager
  • Resident Construction Engineer

Advance Course in M.Arch. Construction Management

  • Ph.D. (Building Construction Management)

After completing M.Arch. (Construction Management) you can become:

  • Architect

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