This is a multidisciplinary, broad-based building design course focusing on the technical and managerial aspects of architectural design and construction project management. It is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). This course was developed to meet the growing need for integration of design and construction in the industry, and it focuses on the technical and managerial aspects of architectural design and construction project management. The course prepares its graduates for a wide range of career paths in the construction industry including Design Co-ordination and Management, and Project Management in multidisciplinary Design and Build organizations, consulting, and contracting firms. It is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building. Students on the course develop knowledge in the areas of building design, building performance, and project management. They acquire an understanding of the process and the technical aspects of building design and the management of construction projects. The main skills developed throughout the course are design and management skills. This is complemented by transferable skills such as: communication and presentation, team-working, and Information Technology. Teaching is by a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars and design studios, with field work and site visits as appropriate.