Master of Applied Project Management
This program emphasizes the knowledge needed to help an individual earn the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, one of the most highly sought after certifications in project management.
The Master of Applied Project Management program is based on the international Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)-a project management guide that serves to provide and encourage a common terminology within the profession.
The course material in the program is virtually identical with the syllabus for Project Management Institute's (PMI) PMP examination, in which students can use completion of the program as preparation for the PMP examination. This program is ideal for technology-based professionals who have or want project management roles and responsibilities at best practice levels. The MAPM guides students through the leading-edge project management concepts, methodologies and tools.
Australian universities are established by or under relevant state, territory and commonwealth legislation, and have authority to accredit their own courses; The University of Adelaide is a self-accrediting institution.