February 5, 2020Faculty of Technology Managment and Business (FPTP) had organised a meeting with Universitas Negeri  Surabaya (UNESA),Indonesia to discuss the collaboration of  Conference ICTMBE (under FPTP) and ICONBEE (under JPP department), mobility student and academic staff for 2020.

September 29 - October 4, 2019 Visiting Professor Programme with Prof. Dr. George Ofori from 29th September until 4th October 2019. Talk series 1- Leadership in the Construction Industry with Master Student MPC

Talk Series 2:30 Sept- Culture and the Construction Industry Talk series 3:Project and Stakeholder

2 October 2019 - Inaugural Lecture: Professionalism and Ethics in Construction: The Important of Trust

Meeting with department and research with ORIC

August 28, 2019 The Mobility Meeting between JPP, Fptp, UTHM with UTAR is set to end on August 28, 2019. With the agenda of holding MOU and MOA. Thankfully, the meeting went well. Both parties show a good commitment to form closer cooperation in the future.

July 1, 2019 News reports for Moblity: On July 1, 2019, FPTP has received mobility students from Univarsitas, Pakuan, Bogor Indonesia. A total of 2 students had reported themselves to undergo Industrial Training at the Faculty of Information Technology and two others at the Information Technology Center. It is hoped that students can draw on and utilize the acquired knowledge.

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Bachelor of Technology Management (Construction) with Honours

About the programme

This programme is designed to enable student in acquiring relevant technical and technology management knowledge related to construction management field to pursue a career in the construction industry. The programme aims to produce graduates who are able to:
  • Manage and coordinate construction projects professionally and effectively.
  • Practice construction project manager professionally, ethically and fulfill social responsibility.
  • Develop interpersonal skills including communication, leadership, decision making and entrepreneurship.

Programme Structure & Assessment

This programme consists of 126 credits to be completed within the total of eight (8) semesters. The programme focusses on fundamental management, technology management, construction technology, and construction project management. All courses are assessed through assignments, quizzes, tests, laboratory works, presentation, projects, and final examinations.


Duration : Four (4) years. Intakes in September.
Award : Bachelor of Technology Management (Construction) with Honours. This programme has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), United Kingdom since 2014.

Course Outline

This programme consists of the following courses:
Principles of Economics, Principles of Management, Construction Drawing, Human Resources Management, Principles of Marketing, Construction Technology I & II, Soil Mechanics, Entrepreneurship, and Co-curriculum I & II.

Management Information System, Land Survey for Construction, Construction Technology III, Construction Law, Structural Analysis, Soil Mechanics, Construction Procurement, Taking Off Quantities and Technology Management.

Leadership and Supervision, Sustainable Construction, Structural Design, Construction Project Management, Construction Facility Management, Construction Safety and Health Management, Construction Cost Estimation, Planning and Scheduling, Construction Financial Management, Environmental Management, Bachelor Degree Project I, and (elective courses I : Management of Landscape Construction, Land Economics for Construction, Traffic and Transportation Management).

ICT for Construction, Construction Economics, Construction Strategic Management, Construction Project Development, Bachelor Degree Project II and (elective courses II : Water Resources and Treatment, Environmental Technology, Real Estate Development).

Industrial Training

Professional Accreditation

This programme is recognised by the Public Service Department of Malaysia and accredited the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). This programme is officially obtained accreditation from professional institution the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), United Kingdom.

Career Opportunities

Construction management graduates have career opportunities in the construction industry either locally or internationally. Upon their graduation, these graduates have good potential to become an Assistant Project Manager, Assistant Construction Manager, Site Engineer, Project Coordinator, Site Agent, Site Supervisor, Site Clerk, and Project Planning Executive. Otherwise, graduates, who are interested in research, can work as a research assistant (RA) in any research institution in the field of construction project management. In addition, graduates are eligible to continue their studies at post-graduate level in any university in the world, provided they have excellent academic results.

contact us 

Head of Department
Department of Construction Management,
Faculty of Technology Management & Business,
 86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor
phone 128 +607 – 453 3856
virtual fax +607 - 453 3833 
EMAIL SYM  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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staff student ratio

staff student ratio

Department of Construction Management has 16 full time (active) academic staff. The ratio analysis is measured by each of programme offered according to undergraduate and postgraduate. The table below shows the ratio of academic staff to register students.  

Ratio of full time academic staff to register students

  Total of Students    

Total of Academic Staff   

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Master of Science Construction Technology Management (By Coursework)

About the programme

The Master of Science Construction Technology Management programme is structured to ensure graduates develop in-depth knowledge in the field of industry-focused construction management. Hence, enhancement of existing discipline knowledge for Integrated Project Delivery is carried out via field work and hands-on application based modules. This degree programme contains electives courses to provide student in exploring their niche areas of interest. The programme incorporates an international content to make this programme relevant worldwide.

Programme Aim

The aim of this programme is to produce professional who can plan, implement, evaluate, assess and analyze project information and technology in the construction industry.

Objectives :
  1. Applying knowledge of project management and state of the art construction technology effectively in the area of construction management.
  2. Developing project management skills for enabling creative and competent analytical thinking capabilities for effectiveproblem solving across disciplines.
  3. Able to work individually or collectively in the construction project team.
  4. Applying professional ethics and entrepreneurial skills in providing value-added services to clients and the community aimed at sustainable development.

Programme Structure & Assessment

Coursework involves lectures, seminars and master’s project. Each courses carries approximately 3 credit while research projects or Master’s Project ranges from 6 to 12 credits. A master’s project may be completed within one or two semesters subject to the requirement of the specific course of study. A two semester project consists of Project 1 (2 credits) and Project 2 (4 credits) while a one semester project carries 12 credits.

Programme Outline

This programme consists of the following courses:
Semester 1
Project Planning & Development, Construction Project Management, Contract Law & Procurement, Construction Technology, Project Financing, Research Methodology.
Semester 2
Strategic Management in Construction, Construction Safety, Health & Environmental Management, Professional Ethics in Construction Practice, Computer Application in Construction, Master Project 1
Semester 3 
Value Management and Construction Organizational Behaviour, Master Project 2.

Elective Courses:

Advanced Construction Technology, Risk Management in Construction, Advanced Building Services, Dispute Resolution in Construction, Road & Highway Management, Advanced Concrete Technology

Admission Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree* with honours from Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia or any other Institutions of Higher Learning recognised by the Senate;
Other qualification equivalent to Bachelor’s Degree with related experience deemed acceptable by the Senate;
*Minimum CPA for coursework: >2.50

Other Qualification Will Be Considered
Working experience in related field for those who do not meet the minimum CPA.
Higher Diploma equivalent to Bachelor’s Degree from recognized university

English Language Requirements For International Students
TOEFL 500 or IELTS 5.0 or MUET Band 3**Exemption is granted to international candidates based on the following conditions:
Graduates from any Malaysian University; or
Country from which the student comes from uses English as its first language (medium of communication) (will be certified by experts in FSTPi, UTHM), or
Has undergone an English proficiency course which is deemed equivalent by the Senate with minimum requirement of MUET, TOEFL or IELTS

Programme Details

Course Mode : Full time/Part time

Course Duration : Full time 3 (min.sem) – 7 (max.sem)
                           : Part time 5 (min.sem) – 11 (max.sem)

Starting Semester : Sem I (September Intake)
                              : Sem II (February Intake)

contact us 

Head of Department
Department of Construction Management,
Faculty of Technology Management & Business,
 86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor
phone 128 +607 – 453 3856
virtual fax +607 - 453 3833
EMAIL SYM  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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visiting professor


Director of Research, School of The Built Environment and Architecture, London South Bank University, United Kingdom  


Professor of Construction Sociology; Director of the Graduate SchoolLoughborough University,United Kingdom  

Chair Professor of Construction Information Hong Kong Polytechnic Hong Kong

Professor, Science and Engineering Faculty Queensland University of Technology Australia

Department Head and Professor of Architectural Engineering The Pennsylvania State University United States of America

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