Organizations across industries and around the globe increasingly rely upon project managers to oversee all aspects of project initiatives, ensuring a systematic and smooth flow of activities in the initiation, planning, and the execution of projects. As more companies, nonprofits, and government agencies use project-based methods to accomplish their goals and objectives, experienced project managers will be in greater demand than ever before. In fact, the Project Management Institute (PMI) estimates that 15.7 million new project management jobs will be created on a global scale by 2020.
The new 36-credit M.S. in Project Management is designed to provide a rigorous academic experience that is grounded in the best practices, principles, and methodologies of this specialized area of expertise. Management and leadership skills are fused with the business and technical know-how required to manage projects across a broad array of industries. From Organizational Ethics to Intercultural Business Communication, Project Risk Analysis and Quality Assurance to Enterprise Project Management, you will gain a highly sought-after skill set and knowledge base that allows you to advance in your current field or to launch your career in a discipline that offers limitless opportunity.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education