The increasing complexity of construction projects poses ever-higher demands on all of the stakeholders in the construction industry. Today’s executives in particular must possess not only technical expertise but also a variety of management skills as well. By itself, the classic programme of instruction provided to civil engineers cannot meet these demands, as the training tends emphasise the more technical aspects of construction.
Germany’s first professional Master’s Program in Construction Law and Construction Management closes this gap in training by offering an interdisciplinary curriculum based on issues in construction law and construction management.
The extra-occupational Master’s Program in Construction Law and Construction Management is designed for university graduates in the construction field, e.g. civil engineers, architects, mechanical engineers, holders of business degrees, lawyers, industrial engineers and commercial lawyers, who wish to develop their management skills.
Completing the Master’s Programme will provide you with the qualification required to assume managerial responsibility in the construction industry at the interface among law, economics and technology. Beyond this, you will gain specific skills in the areas of conflict management and negotiation.
The program is designed to permit you to remain employed parallel to your studies, and to earn your degree in six semesters without any loss of earnings.
Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation