The Construction major teaches students to manage a large or small construction project from start to finish.
Sample course plan for students commencing in Semester 1 with VCE Maths Methods 3/4 (study score of 27+) or equivalent.
The World of Building OR Understanding the Built Environment
Level 1 Environments elective
Structural Environments OR Principles of Building
Principles of Business Law
Construction of Residential Buildings
|Environmental Building Systems|
Construction of Concrete Buildings
Measurement of Building Works
Steel and Concrete Structural Systems
Industry Partner Project Studio (Capstone)
Construction Contract Administration
*** Students who have not yet completed Changing Melbourne will instead enrol in ENVS10002 Reshaping Environments
# To keep options open, these subjects may be taken as breadth (in any year of study) rather than enabling.
|First-year subjects||Enabling subjects||Major subjects||Elective subjects||Breadth subjects||Free points|
Students who commenced the Bachelor of Environments prior to 2016 should refer to the B Envs Handbook entry for the year they commenced in conjunction with the current Handbook listings for Environments elective and Breadth subject availability.
Environments electives are subjects approved as Environments discipline subjects in the Bachelor of Environments. The full list of Environments electives is available here.
Students should refer to the Bachelor of Environments Handbook entry for details of breadth requirements and to access a complete listing of available breadth subjects.
Breadth restrictions in the Construction major
Students undertaking the Civil Systems major are not permitted to take as breadth:
- any Accounting subjects - with the exception of ACCT10001 Accounting Reports and Analysis
- any Civil Engineering subjects
- any Economics subjects - with the exception of ECON10004 Introductory Microeconomics
- any Engineering subjects
- any Geomatics subjects
- any Management subjects - with the exception of MGMT20001 Organisational Behaviour
- Certain Level 2 and Level 3 Property and Construction subjects.
Refer to the Construction major Handbook entry for full details.