New PDF release: Building Education and Research

By J. Yang

ISBN-10: 0203980018

ISBN-13: 9780203980019

ISBN-10: 041923800X

ISBN-13: 9780419238003

Development schooling and study explores this new energetic quarter of analysis in a chain of papers through across the world acclaimed specialists, provided on the CIB W89 foreign convention on development schooling and learn held in July 1998 (BEAR `98) in Brisbane, Australia. subsidized in collaboratio together via the Queensland college of know-how, the Conseil foreign du Batiment (CIB) and the Australian Institute of establishing (AIB), the convention was once organised round the topic `Building examine and schooling past 2000' and appears on the components which are altering the necessities of creating schooling and study: financial and technological matters; environmental issues; govt guidelines; Industries' calls for; re-assessment of group expectancies.

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The educational philosophy of the course is based on the generally accepted principle that effective management of the modern building process requires a broad range of knowledge and skills. It is fundamental that these graduates understand the technology of building. This requires a good knowledge of the science and engineering involved in the materials and techniques used, together with an appreciation of the craft-based origins of much of current building practice. All this is achieved within the context of managing the construction process rather than dealing with the science and technology of construction in isolation.

The threeway partnership between the University, the Consortium and the students has produced good quality graduates for the construction industry. The partnership with industry has enabled additional resources to be employed, but more importantly enabled a co-ordinated educational and career development programme to be developed. References 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Sher W and Gibb A G F. The development of a sponsored undergraduate degree in construction management—presented at “Construction/Building Education and Research beyond 2000”, 1995 CIB W89 Orlando Symposium, Orlando April 1995, pp.

It is a thesis option program leading to a professional degree (MCSM). To be accepted into the program, a student must have an undergraduate degree in a construction-related discipline from an accredited university. In addition, a minimum undergraduate grade point average of 2. 0 is required for the last 60 semester hours. The applicant also must take the Graduate Record Examination and score a minimum of 1350. In the case of foreign applicants, they must score at least 550 on the Toefl examination.

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