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DeVry University, Master’s in Project Management

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The Master’s in Project Management offered at DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management is designed to help students develop the skills required to solve real-world management problems, and to exercise the right decisions through practical application of Project Management concepts.

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Project Management Masters Programs

Features

• 39 semester-credit hours
• Project Management Capstone
• Technology-intensive program
• Delivery: On campus, online, or blended format
• Multiple campus locations

Degree Name

Master’s in Project Management

Duration

About 16-24 months, on-campus/online

Cost

About $31,000 to $35,000

What is best?

• Project Management Capstone
• Technology-intensive program
• Delivery: On campus, online, or blended format
• Multiple campus locations

What are the benefits?

• Develop and communicate project financial and performance objectives;
• Accurately plan project task, budget and resource requirements;
• Effectively monitor, control and report on every scope of project management;
• Demonstrate effective leadership skills that will help motivate team members.

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The DeVry University’s Master’s in Project Management degree program’s curriculum takes a holistic approach to management education, and includes courses in project management as well as other business disciplines to impart the skills required to successfully implement new projects or enhance existing ones.

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The Master’s in Project Management offered at DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management is designed to help students develop the skills required to solve real-world management problems, and to exercise the right decisions through practical application of Project Management concepts. The program is instructed by industry professionals who keep the curriculum relevant helping you meet evolving market place demands. To earn the MPM degree, students are required to complete 39 semester-credit hours. The program’s coursework addresses such topics as cost management, quality control, planning and improvement. Assignments and projects focus on organizing, implementing and controlling business activities; achieving schedule, budget and performance objectives; and planning, budgeting and controlling multi-project programs that may involve legal and ethical issues, conflict resolution and application of project software. The program’s curriculum takes a holistic approach and also includes courses in such areas as accounting, finance, marketing, and applied statistics. It is designed to help students graduate with the skills required to successfully implement new programs or enhance existing ones. Keller Graduate School of Management offers the flexibility to complete your graduate program on your schedule. This allows students to balance work and life while preparing for the future. All students enrolled in the site-based program will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.

The Master of Project Management degree program is accredited by the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center (GAC), demonstrating that it has met standards of business education that promote teaching excellence. Technology has also been integrated to the core of this program enabling you to gain a technology foundation, and through experiential learning you can build the tech skills you’ll need to function in the tech-driven business world. You’ll also work through real-world business scenarios to be better prepared to tackle modern business problems.

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