The required course „Methods in Construction Economics“ covers the following topics:
You will complete 3 electives:
For each of the electives, select courses from the 3 complementary subjects to emphasize a particular topic.
For details about the catalogues of elective courses, please see the curriculum (in German).
Diplom-Ingenieur(Dipl.Ing. or DI), equivalent to the Master of Science (MSc)
Curriculum (in German)
Timetable: after selecting the relevant semester click on
Timetable on the top right corner
The combination of technology and business in this degree programme provides graduates with many exciting career options. They can be involved in different phases from the planning to the operation and maintenance of a wide variety of properties, as well as work in the field of consulting, finance, or research.
As a University Assistant at TU Graz, my teaching and research work is extremely diverse. In terms of research, I deal with knowledge management in construction, especially with interdisciplinary cooperation that takes place on construction sites, which has always fascinated me.
Graduates work in construction management, financial management and ecological management, and are in great demand in international construction companies.
Graduates work nationally and internationally
By taking a wide range of courses and completing the interdisciplinary exercises, I learned to connect topics in the individual fields and to truly understand the implications of these connections. This has brought me enormous added value in my career, which means that today I can advise companies in the field of building information modeling (BIM).
As a senior BIM consultant and trainer at the German software companyMensch und Maschine GmbH, I am a member of the BIM expert team and advise companies during their BIM strategy development. In addition to conducting training activities, placing a focus on BIM methodology and BIM management, I am dedicated to supporting the application of the BIM method in a wide variety of companies.
12 July to 30 November 2021
10 January to 30 April 2022