MS in Project Management (MSPM)

Program Mission

The mission of the Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) program is to provide a superior, state-of-the-art graduate educational experience that elevates the knowledge and expertise to a level that enables students to serve as leaders, educators, practitioners, and activists in the project management profession.

To accomplish our mission, the Master of Science in Project Management seeks to:

  • Provide students with a comprehensive foundation in the principles of project management that influence performance at all levels of an organization.
  • Provide students transferable skills that incorporate a mixture of core concepts with knowledge and understanding of problem-solving, critical and systems thinking, communication, and team building.
  • Provide students with a solid theoretical understanding and the ability to apply relevant methods for making complex decisions in business and project management decisions by identifying objectives and alternatives, setting priorities, allocating resources, planning, scheduling, and estimating, ensuring quality, managing risk, resolving conflict, and making effective group decisions.
  • Provide students with the ability to synthesize project management theory and methods to apply them to any domain.  

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Academic Program

An innovative and unique curriculum with discipline-independent coursework, the program brings realistic examples from the workplace to the classroom.

 

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Admission

Admission to the MSPM program is competitive. Applicants must present a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university & meet the minimum requirements.
 

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Tuition & Financial Planning

From scholarships and fellowships to loans and work-study arrangements, we offer a wealth of resources to help you finance your MS in Project Management degree.
 

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MSPM Courses

Courses immerse students in teamwork and team dynamics, helping them develop the skills to tackle complex projects and the savvy to synthesize diverse perspectives.
 

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Upcoming Info Sessions

January
16
Tuesday

IMBA: Boston

6:30pm—8:30pm

January
18
Thursday

IMBA: NYC

6:30pm—8:30pm

January
22
Monday

IMBA: Seattle

6:30pm—8:30pm

January
24
Wednesday

IMBA: San Francisco

6:30pm—8:30pm