Successful project managers are capable of consistently executing complex projects on time and on budget. There are key components that make this possible, such as the ability to motivate and lead a team, formulate effective plans, understand risk, and communicate effectively with stakeholders.

The curriculum in this program was designed to execute mission-critical projects and conquer the three project environments of people, processes and strategies. The 36-unit degree can be taken in a part-time or full-time format. A 15-unit Graduate Certificate in Project Management is also offered and can be transferred into the degree at any time.

Contact:Holly Stanwich

Master of Project Management

Total units required: 36

Required Courses: 27 units
ETEM 523AProject Planning and Administration (*)3
INFO 503DApplying Innovations within Organizations (*)3
INFO 509BManaging Teams and Projects (*)3
INFO 5503Developing Leadership for Professionals3
INFO 5504Project Management Fundamentals (*)3
INFO 5505Project Management Standards (*)3
INFO 5506Group Dynamics in Project Team Performance3
INFO 5507Strategies of Projects, Programs and Portfolios3
INFO 5508Advances in Project Management3
Elective Courses: Choose 9 units
CNST 523AConstruction Cost Estimating3
CNST 538Quality Processes In Construction Management3
CNST 572Legal Aspects of Construction3
CNST 573Fundamentals in Construction Management3
CNST 574CConstruction Project Planning and Scheduling3
ETEM 522APrinciples of Strategic Planning3
ETEM 524AExecutive Perspectives for Technical Professionals3
ETEM 534APrinciples of Operations Management3
ETEM 535Productivity & Quality Control3
GSever 502Financial Principles of the Company3
INFO 535AEconomics of Technology3
INFO 5500Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)3
INFO 5502The Art and Science of Risk Management3
INFO 5510Special Topics: Business Ethics in Project Management 13

 (*) Courses required to earn a 15-unit Graduate Certificate in Project Management

1 Required for full-time students