Project Management in the Built Environment (MPM, MASc)
Part of the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science
MPM and MASc
- Completion of a four-year undergraduate engineering or science degree (or equivalent degree) from an accredited institution. Sample disciplines include architectural science, civil engineering, mechanical engineering or a related design, applied science or construction field.
- Minimum grade point average (GPA) or equivalent of 3.00/4.33 (B) in the last two years of study
- Statement of interest
- Two letters of recommendation
- English language proficiency requirement
- Applicants to the MPM program are expected to have a minimum of 12 months (and preferably 36 months) of experience in the field in the AECO industry
Students are encouraged to submit applications prior to the first consideration date to increase their chances of securing financial support for their graduate studies. Applications received after the first consideration date will be accepted and reviewed based on spaces remaining in the program.
See application dates.
- Design collaboration
- Advanced digital design and construction
- Construction project management
- Digital fabrication
- AEC Practice management
- FM-enabled and lifecycle BIM planning
- Integrating big data into BIM and Building operations
- Smart buildings (technologies and/or implementation best practices)
- Strategic investment in building portfolio retrofits
- Automated data collection in construction
- Artificial intelligence applications in built environment
- IT in project management
- Data-driven infrastructure asset management
- Digital Twins
- PM8001 – Project Delivery from Conception to Project Plan
- PM8002 – Project Delivery from Execution to Operations
- PM8003 - Cost and Schedule
- PM8004 - The Complex Project
- PM 8201 Emergent Design & Construction Processes
- PM8202 – Strategic Leadership and Management in the Built Environment
- PM8203: International Construction Project Management
- PM 8204 – Negotiating Legal, regulatory and contractual issues
The CFI-funded Smart Campus Integration and Testing Hub (SCITHub) will provide a living lab for students engaged in smart building and facility management research.
Graduate Studies Admissions Office
11th Floor, 1 Dundas Street West
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