Kingston University London - Construction Engineering Management BSc (Hons)

Kingston University London

Construction Engineering Management BSc (Hons)

If you are interested in becoming a construction manager or civil engineer, ensuring that projects are completed on time, to budget and to a specified quality, this course is ideal. It combines an emphasis on management with a grounding in the technical aspects of construction and civil engineering.

Kingston University was ranked joint fourth in the United Kingdom for graduate prospects for Building (Complete University Guide 2022).

Reasons to choose Kingston University

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    his course is accredited as fully satisfying the educational base for an incorporated engineer (IEng), so you will leave the degree as a chartered engineer. It is also is pending accreditation by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), leading to full membership of the Institute.

  • An industry work placement will give you real-life experience of civil engineering, surveying, construction and management. 

  • This degree blends technical expertise with management skills, preparing you for managing civil engineering and construction projects.

Entry Requirements

UCAS tariff points: 112–128

IELTS of 6.0, with no element below 5.5.


  • 112–128 UCAS tariff points from at least two GCE A-levels
  • Maths or science subject preferred
  • General studies and Native language at both A-level and AS-level not accepted in the tariff.

BTEC level

  • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma or Diploma in Engineering including Construction and the Built Environment.

Access to HE Diploma

  • Pass Access to HE Diploma in engineering, science, business and maths subjects.

Career Prospects

You'll graduate with technical and communication skills that are in demand in many sectors. Through Kingston University's links to industry, placements and positions may be offered following graduation.

Career opportunities after 

completing Construction Engineering Management BSc (Hons)

  • Arbitrator.
  • Building control surveyor.
  • Building services engineer.
  • Building surveyor.
  • Construction manager.
  • Estates manager.
  • Estimator.
  • Fire risk assessor.

Course Details

This course introduces skills and fundamental engineering/construction concepts; specific engineering mathematics and science for construction practice; theory of Building Information Modelling (BIM), engineering drawing, including AutoCAD; construction management; and materials, structures, computing, professional practice, sustainability and health and safety issues. Soil mechanics, construction techniques, including practical surveying, are also introduced. You will undertake model-making exercises in the structures laboratory, and use computer-aided design packages to communicate your ideas efficiently.

Year 1

Engineering Design and Professional Practice
Structures, Materials and Construction Methods
Applied Mathematics and Computing Applications
Construction Management and Site Investigation

Year 2

Engineering Project Management
Surveying and Fluid Mechanics
Construction Business and Law
Materials, Design and Procedures

Year 3/4

Building and Environmental Engineering
Site Practice and Management
Contractual Procedures
Individual Project

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