The master’s in Project Management is a focused degree that incorporates both the technical and leadership skills needed to differentiate project managers in today’s global and digital world. Students may enroll in the program on either a full-time or part-time basis.
To earn the MPS in Project Management, students must successfully complete all 10, three-credit program courses (30 credits total), including two core courses, Ethics and Capstone. Students must maintain a minimum, cumulative grade point average of 3.00 (“B” average) to graduate from the program.
On-Campus and Online Study
In an effort to accommodate working professionals, courses in this program are offered in both on-ground and online formats. Online versions of the required courses are provided; some electives may not be available online.
Students complete two core courses (Ethics and Capstone), as well as foundational and elective coursework, which can include an internship.
Sample Course Progression