The Master of Science in Project Management offers a practical business perspective needed by project managers. It provides a comprehensive, rigorous educational experience that focuses on leading practices, principles, and methodologies associated with the project management science. The program's curriculum stresses management and leadership concepts and complements students' existing business and technical expertise. The range of project management knowledge and experience, including extensive content in areas such as quality, communications, project operations, organizational leadership, business ethics, risk management, contracts, project initiation, planning, financial management, and schedule control, are at the core of this program. You will be prepared to direct major public and private projects, as well as portfolios of complex enterprise projects, in an increasingly complex managerial environment. You will graduate with the tools, techniques, skills, and knowledge to be an effective project manager and organizational leader, with greatly improved prospects for advancement and career change.
All applicants to the School of Professional Studies (SPS) are required to submit the general application requirements, which include:
- Application Fee
- College/University Transcripts
- Statement of Purpose
- Degree Requirements
- Kira Talent Assessment
- Degree-Specific Requirements
- English Language Assessment
- Pearson Versant English Placement Test
- International Transcript Evaluation
- International Student Visa Requirements
See degree specific application requirements for instructions specific to this program.