法学Master of Construction (Construction Law)
- 课程级别：硕士学位/Master's Degree（9级）
- 学费：$33,680 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Auckland Campus
- Construction professional who wishes to enhance your skills in construction law-related topics, construction contracts, contract administration, and alternative dispute resolution including statutory adjudication, or
- Are a lawyer interested in specialising in construction law and alternative dispute resolution focused on resolving construction disputes, or
- Are a qualified professional in a related area working in the construction industry and who wishes to develop skills and an understanding in the areas of construction law, construction contracts, contract administration and alternative dispute resolution methods
- Are a construction dispute resolver such as an arbitrator, mediator, or adjudicator, or act as an expert witness and you want to ensure you have a high level of technical skill in construction law, construction contracts, and dispute resolution practice and procedures
- a Bachelor of Construction and the Postgraduate Diploma in Construction, or equivalent qualifications; or
- a Bachelor of Construction or equivalent qualification plus a minimum of 2 years approved experience in the Construction Sector in a professional capacity.
- IELTS score of 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)
- TOEFL iBT score of 90 overall (min 20 in Writing)
- PTE Academic score of 58 Overall (min 50 in communicative skills)
- Cambridge English score of 180
Enhance your career
Join Massey’s Master of Construction (Construction Law) - the only master’s degree in New Zealand that offers a specialisation in construction law.
WHAT IS IT LIKE?
The Master of Construction (Construction Law) degree is unique. It the only specialist master’s degree programme with a construction law specialisation offered in New Zealand.
Gain specialised knowledge
You will gain specialist knowledge in areas of construction law, construction contracts, construction contract administration and alternative dispute resolution including statutory adjudication.
Three other unique features include the offering of statutory adjudication as a whole course, the focus on drafting construction contracts in modern plain legal language, and the international comparative element that complements country-specific issues.
A global perspective
You will gain a global perspective of the broad areas of construction law and dispute resolution typically found in commonwealth jurisdictions. Although you will primarily gain specific skills in New Zealand-related construction law issues, your study also covers some aspects from jurisdictions such as Australia, UK, Singapore, and Malaysia, especially in relation to construction contracts and adjudication.
The multi-national comparative element helps develop critiquing skills and helps you better understand the advantages and disadvantages of differing contractual and statutory provisions. You are often given the opportunity to select the jurisdictions of choice when doing the comparative element.
There is great demand for those with specialist skills such as those that can be obtained by doing the Massey University Master of Construction with a construction law specialisation.
Current and past students have been working with multinational companies, banks, insurance companies, government agencies, companies in the oil and gas sector, government agencies involved with housing, transport and infrastructure, and academic institutions around the world.
This degree is useful as professional development for those already in construction law, or for those in related careers who need more in-depth knowledge. For instance if you are a:
Master of Construction (Construction Law) structure
You will follow a flexible course of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 120 credits, comprising any compulsory courses from the Schedule and at least 45 credits of research.
Admission to the Master of Construction (Construction Law) requires you to have:
English language requirements:
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