Master's in Project Management
Georgetown’s Master of Professional Studies in Project Management prepares you to successfully plan, manage, and execute even the most complex projects.
Our program brings together focused coursework and practical, hands-on experience. You’ll have opportunities to practice your skills through real-world case studies and expand your network with some of the industry’s leading organizations.
Number of Credits: 30 creditsNumber of Credits
Work Outside of Each Class: 6-9 hours per weekWork Outside of Each Class
6-9 hours per week
Total Tuition: $43,230*Total Tuition
Enrollment: Full-time or part-timeEnrollment
Full-time or part-time
Time to Complete: ~2 years (part-time)Time to Complete
~2 years (part-time)
Semester of Entry: Fall, spring, summerSemester of Entry
Fall, spring, summer
Ideal for working professionals, our program offers flexible options to take classes online, on campus, or through a combination of both—so you don’t have to interrupt your career to earn your degree.
Our emphasis on leadership skills and communication best practices prepares you to align any project with your organization’s strategy and integrate across organizational boundaries to solve problems and achieve enterprise goals and objectives. You’ll gain a deeper understanding across the project management lifecycle while mastering the key strategies needed to manage risk, minimize costs, control scope, and incorporate research insights into the planning and management process.
Being a part of this program has been an incredible opportunity. Working with faculty and peers, who have such a wide breadth of experiences and viewpoints, provides for rich discussions and a much more enhanced experience.”
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Being a part of this program has been an incredible opportunity. Working with faculty and peers, who have such a wide breadth of experiences and viewpoints, provides for rich discussions and a much more enhanced experience.”Matthew Boehret Master's in Project Management
You will learn the differences and similarities between agile and traditional project management through experiential learning and hands-on coursework aligned with the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). You'll utilize real-world scenarios and simulation software to master the project lifecycle from start to finish, including fundamental project management concepts such as a project charter, components of a project management plan, a work breakdown structure (WBS), and a risk management plan.
By the end of the program, you’ll understand how to balance competing demands, build and manage a team, and lead projects that add value to your organization.
*Tuition for the Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022 terms will be available in early 2021.