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A Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) is an undergraduate academic degree program that typically takes four years to complete. The program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the technical, managerial, and legal aspects of construction management, including project planning, cost estimation, risk management, scheduling, and quality control. The Honours component of the degree usually involves more advanced coursework in construction technology, sustainable design, construction law, and research methods, as well as an independent research project or thesis. Graduates of a Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) program are prepared for careers in a wide range of fields related to construction, such as project management, site supervision, cost estimation, construction law, and consulting. They may also pursue further education or professional certifications in construction or related fields.