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Construction Management (for Internationally Educated Professionals) Program (Postgraduate) (T403)-2012-2013
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Construction Management (for Internationally Educated Professionals) Program (Postgraduate) (T403)

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PROGRAMConstruction Management (for Internationally Educated Professionals) Program (Postgraduate)
CODET403
SCHOOLAngelo Del Zotto School of Construction Management
LOCATIONCasa Loma Campus
DURATION1 year (3 semesters)
STARTING MONTHJanuary
CERTIFICATIONOntario College Graduate Certificate
YEAR OF STUDY2012-2013
METHOD OF STUDYFT

This postgraduate Construction Management program is designed to meet two urgent needs in the greater Toronto area: the need for new construction managers and the need for people with out-of-Canada qualifications such as architects and engineers to use their skills and qualify for these well-paid, rewarding jobs


Full Program Descriptions

Description  

This postgraduate Construction Management program is designed to meet two urgent needs in the greater Toronto area:

  • the need for new construction managers
  • the need for people with out-of-Canada qualifications such as architects and engineers to use their skills and qualify for these well-paid, rewarding jobs

Our program meets these needs with a unique combination of:

  • courses offered on one weekday evening, Friday and Saturday, allowing most students to continue working during the program
  • communications upgrading
  • industry-approved courses that prepare students for management positions in the Canadian construction industry
  • Canadian construction industry orientation and experiences

This three-semester graduate certificate program provides applied education for management positions in all construction settings, including an applied construction simulation or a workplace experience component to help students make a quick transition into a job. Candidates will receive graduate-level training that builds on their internationally acquired education and experience to enable them to successfully enter the Ontario construction workforce.

T403 

 


Course Outline

Required Courses 

Printable version Curriculum Planner Start Date (2012-2013)PDF icon 


 SEMESTER 1  

Courses (Mandatory) 

Course Code 

Technical Report Writing 

BLDG 1172 

Drawings and Specifications 

BLDG 1174 

Construction Industry Practices 

BLDG 1175 

Materials Science and Methodology 

BLDG 1176 

Career Portfolio 

STS 1170 

Managing Health and Safety 

HSAF1182 

 

SEMESTER 2 

 

Courses (Mandatory) 

Course Code 

Ontario Building Code

BLDG 1180

Construction Project Management

BLDG 1184

Construction Estimating

BLDG 1186

Construction Contract Law

BLDG 1173

Work Practicum Preparation

BLDG 1189

Pre-construction Management Practices

BLDG 1187

 

SEMESTER 3 

 

Courses (Mandatory) 

Course Code 

Applied Workplace Practicum

BLDG 1191

OR

 

Applied Construction Simulation

BLDG 1190

For detailed course outlines click here. 

 

For a list of General Education Electives click here.   



Careers and Post-Graduate Study Opportunities

Your Career 

There is a huge need in the rapidly growing and increasingly specialized construction industry for construction project managers. Today’s complex building industry requires professional managers who can function successfully in multidisciplinary teams consisting of project managers, architects, engineers, regulators, environmental consultants, urban planners, contractors and trade contractors. Managers also require a comprehensive understanding of quality management systems and sustainable building practices, and a deep and broad technical background in the construction industry.

Some examples of positions include project coordinators, estimators, field engineers, inspectors and construction coordinators.

“The students from this program are fantastic. They are knowledgeable and come with a desire to work hard and do well. They can fill a short-term position for their work term, and their potential as long-term employees is very high.”
Soha Bastani (Deltera Inc., member of the Tridel Group)



Tuition and Fees

Tuition 

$10,869.00 *

Additional Cost 

* Amounts listed are the total of tuition, materials, student service and ancillary fees for the three semesters of programs starting in fall 2011. Fees are subject to change for programs starting in fall 2012 and at later dates.

How to Qualify and Apply

Admission Requirements  

An international undergraduate degree or a three-year diploma in a construction-related field (i.e. engineering or architecture), or the equivalent, and demonstrated experience are required for admission. One to two years of construction industry experience in a project management capacity is preferred. You will be required to participate in an information session and an interview.

English requirements: English language proficiency required is: ESL program Level 8; TOEFL 550 (paper), 213 (computer), 80 (internet); IELTS 6.0; MELAB 80; CAEL overall 60; CLB 8. You can have your English language proficiency assessed at our College’s Assessment Centre. There is a cost of $55 for applicants to the College, $80 for non-applicants.

International documents must be evaluated by ICAS or WES.

Note: George Brown College offers 8-week intensive English courses. See the Intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) R728 program for more information.

 

 School of Architectural Studies and Angelo Del Zotto School of Construction Management Admission Requirements and Fees 2012-2013 



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Student Success

Success Stories  

"This program helped me in many ways. I will remember the diverse atmosphere, friendly environment and support I received during my studies at George Brown."
Prakash Singh (graduate, Construction Management)

 

"I have a full-time position as a project coordinator at Bondfield Construction Company, where I completed my placement. The three-month placement was an excellent complement to my studies at George Brown."
Andres Izquierdo (graduate, Construction Management)



Contact Us

Contact Us  


Angelo Del Zotto School of Construction Management
The office hours are 8:00am-4:30pm, room E228
Phone: 416-415-5000, ext. 4398
Email: construction@georgebrown.ca 


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