The Construction Project Management Diploma program teaches students about the technology tools and management processes required to design and construct buildings, hospitals, bridges, roads, pipelines, wastewater treatment plants, desalination plants, solid-waste disposal facilities, shopping malls, airports, and many other major facilities. The program is designed to fulfill the construction industry's need for licensed professional project managers. The curriculum concentrates on the application of principles to overall planning, coordination, and control of a construction project.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
On completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
Apply knowledge of science, technology and management.
Conduct experiments, as well as to report and interpret data.
understand the context, concepts, and theories relevant to construction project management in the design, creation, and maintenance of a sustainable built environment.
Participate in managing the design and development of a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
Promote a culture of intellectual enquiry and recognize the importance of lifelong learning for both personal and professional development.
The taught elements of the program comprise an integrated package of University requirements, College requirements and Major requirements.
English Communication Skills I
English Communication Skills II
Civil Engineering Materials
Construction Technology I
Construction Technology II
Technical Writing and Presentation
Construction Site Planning and Control
Cost Estimating and Tendering
Building Information Modelling
Structural Analysis and Design
ATTENDANCE Full time. Full time degree students can complete the program in 5 semesters (two and half years) on achieving 76 credit hours of study.
Special Part-Time or Evening Study. Students may complete the program through special part-time attendance or by evening study.
Students seeking admission to this program must fulfill the following minimum entry requirements: a. The student should have successfully passed the courses of all subjects of the general education diploma or its equivalence. b. The student should achieve the standards set for the subjects of the General Foundation Program. c. The student should have passed the following subjects to qualify for enrollment in the College of Engineering: Pure Mathematics. d. The student must be medically fit.
91.8 OMR/Credit hour - Total: 6976.8 OMR.
The construction sector will continue to be an essential contributor to the future sustainable development of the Sultanate of Oman. Furthermore, there will always be great demand for qualified and experienced project managers to implement the nations’ construction projects to enhance the social and economic development of the country. Graduates from the Construction Project Management Diploma program will find employment as Technicians and support engineers in design of structures, transportation systems, buildings, hospitals, bridges, roads, pipelines, shopping malls, airports, and many other major facilities. They are also employed during the construction, commissioning, operations, and maintenance of such infrastructure facilities. Graduates from the program may pursue further studies leading to award of a Bachelor’s Degree.
A’Sharqiyah University (ASU) is a private institution of higher education located in the north of the A’Sharqiyah region of the Sultanate of Oman. It is located in Ibra 150 km from Muscat, the capital. It was established in 2009 by Ministerial Decision (78/2009) issued by the Ministry of Higher Education.