Online Master of Project Management
Interested in learning how to plan and execute advanced projects in your field of study? The online master’s in project management provides you with the resources needed to become a successful project manager and leader. Designed to enhance your professional area of expertise, this program focuses on skills used in public, private and nonprofit settings.
Next start date: 08/18/2022
Total classes: 13
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 33
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What skills will I learn in this online master’s in project management?
In the online master of project management, you’ll learn how to plan complex projects by utilizing advanced project methods and models. Quality, risk, scheduling, cost, procurement, stakeholder engagement and leadership are a few topics you’ll focus on over the course of the program. You’ll also learn how to deliver value by implementing predictive, adaptive and hybrid approaches to project management.
Is earning a Master of Project Management online worth it?
Yes. Project management is a highly marketable industry and the master’s in project management is beneficial to a wide group of people, including:
- Working professionals looking to expand their current abilities.
- Recent graduates looking to build a skillset to complement their degree.
In this online master’s in project management, you’ll gain a wide range of skills, including teamwork, integrative thinking, problem solving, leadership, ethical literacy and values thinking. Upon graduation, you’ll have the knowledge and skills needed to become a project manager who enhances human capital and fosters a collaborative work environment, all while aligning your organization’s needs in the management of projects.
Additionally, through this program, you have the potential to earn educational credits and applied project management hours toward credentialing requirements.
Master’s in project management courses
To graduate from the Master of Project Management online, you’re required to complete a total of 33 credit hours. Taking approximately one year to complete, the online master’s in project management culminates with an applied project, allowing you to apply the skills you’ve learned throughout the program and create a professional project management portfolio. Courses include:
Developing the Plan in Project Management
Impact Analysis and Sustainability in Project Management
Interactive Learning: Risk and Procurement Management
Interactive Learning: Scope, Schedule and Cost Management
Interactive Learning: Quality, Resource and Communication Management
Project Management Theory
Social Psychological Perspectives in Project Management
The Thoughtful Project: Aligning Purpose with Approach
What jobs can I get with an online master’s in project management?
Many graduates of the online master’s in project management go on to pursue jobs in a variety of public, private and nonprofit settings. Examples of careers you may choose to pursue following graduation include, but are not limited to:
It’s important to note that if you’re looking to work in a specialized business area, such as accounting or human resources, this program does not prepare you for the required certifications. Although certain skills may overlap, you’ll need outside certification to qualify for those positions.
Master of Project Management online admission requirements
Applicants to the Master of Project Management program must fulfill the requirements of both the Graduate College and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts.
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