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Iona College, Hagan School of Business, MS in Project Management

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The Iona College Master of Science in Project Management offered at the Hagan Business School is designed to provide today’s project managers with the tools and skills they need to balance the complexities of managing modern projects of any type or size, and in any industry.

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Project Management Masters Programs

Features

• 39–48 total required credits
• 2 Required Core Courses
• 3 Prerequisite Core Courses
• 4 Required specialization courses
• 7 Elective courses

Degree Name

Master of Science in Project Management

Duration

2 academic years, on campus

Cost

About $45,000 to $50,000

What is best?

• 2 Required Core Courses
• 3 Prerequisite Core Courses
• 4 Required specialization courses
• 7 Elective courses

What are the benefits?

• Maintaining high Ethical standards in business practices
• Utilizing Critical Thinking in making business decisions
• Developing Communication Skills
• Understanding of the Global Perspective in the business
• Enhance knowledge of the basic project dimensions

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The Master of Science in Project Management offered at Iona College’s Hagan Business School is designed to transform students into professionals with the tools and skills to plan, to execute and to manage projects of any type, size, or complexity, and in any industry.

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The Iona College Master of Science in Project Management offered at the Hagan Business School is designed to provide today’s project managers with the tools and skills they need to balance the complexities of managing modern projects of any type or size, and in any industry. One such skill is the ability to identify business value, risk, quality, safety, cost, finance and technology. The School produces graduates and future leaders, who understand business and its social responsibilities, work productively in a high-technology and culturally diverse societies, demonstrate awareness of the global character of business, and subscribe to high ethical standards. The program also prepares students for the Project Management Professional Certification Exam conducted by the Project Management Institute (PMP Certificate). The program is taught by a faculty of dedicated teachers with depth and breadth of education and background, open to change and innovation, committed to continuing professional education, and responsive to student needs. The program consists of 39–48 total required credits including 2 required core course and 3 prerequisite core courses, but it is possible to waive some of these core courses. Students can also personalize their curriculum through 4 required specialization courses as well as a number of electives. All in all, the goal of the program is to provide a high quality undergraduate and graduate business education, pursued in a challenging academic environment and grounded in business practice and theory. The School maintains a harmonious relationship with local corporations in the New York metropolitan area, which offer students opportunities for both internships and job placements. It also strives to build an on-going partnership with its graduates through periodic publications, opportunities for alumni feedback to the School, offering life-long learning opportunities, and special alumni events.

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