Master of Science in Project Management
Take Charge of Your Career with a Master’s in Project Management
This program is offered Online.
Whether you’re involved in a public, for-profit, or non-profit enterprise, projects are a way of life. Budgeting, scope, resource allocation, timelines—moving a project from promising concept to successful completion requires more than management expertise; it requires Project Management expertise. While a master’s degree isn’t required to work in the project management field, it can help set you apart from other professionals with similar experience and expertise. With Post University’s master’s in project management, for example, you’ll gain the expertise you need to rise above with a degree program designed to fit your life, your educational needs and your career goals.
This two-year, 30-credit-hour online project management master’s degree program is designed to give you one of most in-demand skill sets in any industry.* And you’ll learn from seasoned instructors with experience in their fields of expertise — each of our instructors for this program has years of project management experience, certified PMP and Agile Scrum.
Post’s online project management master’s degree uses problem-based learning to give you the insight and specific skills you need to define project goals, lead teams, manage risks and keep the budget in line—everything necessary to implement enterprise-level project management programs that are aligned to your company’s strategic goals. Through MPM degree-level coursework, you’ll learn how to manage complex projects at every stage of development, start to finish. You’ll also learn what it takes to maintain effective communication between the team and relevant stakeholders and decision makers.
In addition, this program is fully aligned to the ten core knowledge areas of the Project Management Institute which, along with Post’s Registered Educational Provider status, help you fulfill PMP certification requirements needed to take the PMP exam. Plus, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge you need to sit for the Professional Scrum Master (PSM) exam and achieve Professional Scrum Master Certification.
In the end, you will have developed the professional-level abilities to design and execute project plans and lead effective project teams—balancing resources, meeting deadlines, and achieving results.
Post University does not guarantee certification, and there are certification requirements outside of education. It is ultimately the responsibility of individual students to be in charge of their own certification process and to make sure that all requirements are met in obtaining certification. Post University does not speak on behalf of any licensing board or body. Learn more about project management credentials from the Project Management Institute: https://www.pmi.org/certifications, ScrumAlliance: https://www.scrumalliance.org/get-certified, Scrum.org: https://www.scrum.org/professional-scrum-certifications, and CompTIA: https://www.comptia.org/certifications.
Post University’s PMP®/CAPM® Exam Preparation Course is now available.
To help prepare you for the Project Management Professionals/Certified Associate in Project Management (PMP/CAPM) designation, Post University also offers an additional and comprehensive PMP/CAPM exam preparation course. The perfect complement to any MPM degree program, this class is based on the 6th edition of the PMBOK Guide. In it, you’ll cover the five process groups and 10 knowledge areas essential to project management success—and learn what it takes to successfully pass the PMP/CAPM exam. Learn More >>
What Can I Do with a Master of Science in Project Management (Online) from Post University?
Professionals with project management skills are in high demand. Upon completion of this master’s in project management degree program, you’ll have the knowledge base and skill set needed to lead a project from conception to completion. Depending on your experience and licensure, this graduate degree program will give you the tools you need to pursue opportunities such as Project Coordinator, Project Scheduler, Project Manager, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Scrum Master, Construction Manager, IT Manager, Project Analyst and more.
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Are you ready to pursue a career-defining education in project management? Looking for an MPM degree that helps you meet PMP certification requirements? Want an online program that will help advance your project management opportunities? Learn what it takes to lead teams toward project growth and success. Contact us to enroll in Post University’s online project management master’s degree program today.
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