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Master's Degree Programme Construction Management and Civil Engineering

The Master’s Programme Construction Management and Civil Engineering at TU Graz provides you with the necessary knowledge to design, finance, construct, operate and maintain structures both above and below the ground. This degree programme provides you with an excellent background that prepares you for your future professional activities as an interdisciplinary manager in the construction industry.

Content

The required course „Methods in Construction Economics“ covers the following topics:

  • Lessons in Building Operations
  • Construction economics
  • Construction contracts
  • Construction project management
  • Running a Contracting Business
  • Risk and Opportunity Management in  Construction Economics
  • Productivity in Building Operations

You will complete 3 electives:

  • Building Operations and Construction Management
  • Economic Sciences
  • Completementary Subject Construction Industry

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).

For the individual courses, please see the semester plan.

Source: TU Graz/BBW

Curriculum (in German)

Semester plan

Timetable: after selecting the relevant semester click on Timetable on the top right corner

Daniel Jank, Source: Hösele
Daniel Jank, master's degree student in Construction Management and Civil Engineering

The master's programme Construction Management and Civil Engineering at TU Graz combines economic and technical aspects of building. As the topic areas are broad, covering areas such as the construction industry, cost calculation, process planning, workflow planning and construction management, this degree opens up many career paths. 

Career Options

Graduates work in construction management, financial management and ecological management, and are in great demand in international construction companies.

Graduates work nationally and internationally

  • in engineering offices,
  • at public authorities,
  • at consulting firms
  • in industry,
  • in construction,
  • for the railway,
  • for the postal service,
  • at insurance companies,
  • in energy management,
  • in research and teaching at universities,
  • in development aid.

Admission Deadlines

Winter semester 2017/18:

10 July to 30 November 2017

Summer semester 2018:

8 January to 30 April 2018


Further informationen on registration and admission

International degree programme applicants: admission and application deadlines

Information and Advice for Prospective Students