Participants will be introduced to special considerations in the management of an international construction project, including logistical and cultural implications. Other topics include market research, proposal preparation, and negotiation. The implications of cross-cultural differences on project success will be demonstrated through in-class activities.
CMGT 8450, International Construction is not currently offered. If you are at the end of your degree and require this course for graduation the Construction Management department will allow you to take a “management elective” in it’s place. In order to qualify you must be nearing the end of the program and you must e-mail the department with your name, student number and which management elective you wish to use as a substitute.
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Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Analyze international business opportunities.
Prepare a bid on an international project to international standards.
Set up an effective structure to manage and monitor an international project.
Demonstrate an increased awareness of cultural implications.
Effective as of Fall 2003
CMGT 8450 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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