Pokhara University
Nepal Engineering College
M.Sc. (Construction Management
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(CM)

Construction is an essential activity for the continued development of a nation. Rapid growth construction, engagement of specialized human resources and rapid changes in the construction technology have all transformed construction into an industry that demands highly specialized manpower to organize and manage the construction works. In addition to this, construction activities, both in public and private sectors, are not only increasing but also becoming larger and complex. Because of this, there is a great demand for qualified and competent construction managers in the country and abroad. M. Sc. Construction Management course at nec is offered since 1999. The program intends to produce managers capable of using state of the art knowledge and skills in organizing and managing the construction works.

M.Sc. program in Construction Management aims to enhance professional and technical skills by focusing on the managerial, economic, legal and business skills needed in the changing construction sectors in Nepal and overseas.

Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

First

MGT 511

Project Planning and Control

3

 

MNG 512

Human Resources Management

3

 

STT 505

Statistical Analysis

3

 

ECM 521

Professional Ethics and Liability in Construction

3

 

ECO 201

Economics for Construction Managers

3

 

 

Total

15

Second

ECM 522

Construction Policies, Environment and Law

3

 

FIN 521

Financial Management

3

 

ECM 523

Construction Project Management

3

 

ECM 524

Management of Construction Plant and Equipments

3

 

 

Elective I

3

 

 

Total

15

Third

ECM 621

Construction Project Engineering and Administration

3

 

ECM 622

Construction Safety Engineering

3

 

RCH 601

Research Methodology

3

 

ECM 623

Construction Management in Developing Countries

3

 

 

Total

15

Fourth

ECM 625

Thesis

15

 

 

Total

15

 

 

Total Credit Hours

60

Electives (3 credits)

Elective I

Environmental Impact Assessment

Geographic Information Systems

Operational Research

Concrete Technology

Bridge Inspection and Maintenance Engineering

 

Elective II

Water Resources Engineering

Mountain Risk Engineering

Conservation Management

Hydropower System and Management

Power Plant Systems

Bio-engineering

Construction Quality and Reliability Management

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