1 I Program Title and Degree offered
  • English Full Name   :   Master of Engineering (Construction Management)
  • Abbreviation             :   M.Eng. (Construction Management)
2 I Degree Information
  • Duration      :    2 years (4 semesters)
  • Tuition Fee  :   25,000 Baht/Semester
3 I Potential Career for Graduates

After successfully completing your studies, you will be able to work as civil engineers conceive, design, build, supervise, operate, construct and maintain infrastructure projects and systems in the public and private sector, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and systems for water supply and sewage treatment. Many civil engineers work in planning, design, construction, research, and education.

4 I Selection Method

In accordance with the Naresuan University rules and regulations. The program committee reserves the rights to require more qualifications as deemed appropriate.

5 I Course Synopsis and Methodology
No.
Description
Number of Credit
Plan A (Type A2) Plan B
1

Course Work              – a minimum of

1.1 Core Courses        – a minimum of

1.2 Elective Courses

24

15

9

30

15

15

2

2.1 Thesis

2.2 Independent Study

12

6

3

Required Non-Credit

5

5

Total number of credits                 – a minimum of

36

36

6 I Student Requirements

Students are required to have the characteristics and academic qualifications according to the regulations for Naresuan University and addition regulations of department of civil engineering, faculty of engineering.

7 I Example of Curriculum : M.Eng. (Construction Management)
Core Courses Elective Courses
  • Safety and Environmental Issues in Construction
  • Construction Management Techniques
  • Construction Cost, Economics and Finance
  • Law and Contracting in Construction
  • Construction Equipment and Methods
  • Construction Monitoring, Inspection and Control Process
  • Organization Management in Construction
  • Real Estate Development
  • Stakeholders Participation and Environment Impact Assessment
  • Stakeholders Participation and Environment Impact Assessment
  • Advanced Project Management
  • Design and Construction Process
  • Building Information Modeling for Project Participants
  • Selected Topics in Construction Management
  • Special Problems in Construction Management