Meeting the Challenges of Continuous Improvement: Remodelling an MSc in Construction & Project Management – A Case Study

Mike Browne

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    Abstract

    Educationalists should continually improve their knowledge and understanding of their academic subject and, where applicable, be fully informed of current best practice in industrial and professional situations. It is generally accepted that research and scholarship in this area must be reflected in the design and delivery of educational programmes. Key questions are asked about why this should be so. As a basis for discussion the recent step changes in an MSc in Construction and Project Management are considered. The external and internal demands for change are examined, their value determined, any changes and their implementation explained, and resultant benefits explored.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
    Number of pages5
    Publication statusPublished - 20 Jan 2010
    EventAll Ireland Symposium on Built Environment Education - Belfast, Northern Ireland
    Duration: 20 Jan 2010 → …

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    ConferenceAll Ireland Symposium on Built Environment Education
    Period20/01/10 → …

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