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New England College, Master of Science in Engineering Project Management

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New England College’s Master of Science in Engineering Project Management provides engineering professionals with essential leadership and technical skills for today’s dynamic global environment.

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Project Management Masters Programs

Features

• 40 credit hours
• Highly technical curriculum
• Expert faculty
• Pre-requisite: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering
• Delivery: On campus

Degree Name

Master of Science in Engineering Project Management

Duration

12 months, full time

Cost

Approximately $23,000

What is best?

• 40 credit hours
• Highly technical curriculum
• Expert faculty
• Pre-requisite: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering
• Delivery: On campus

What are the benefits?

• Gain insight into the art and science of successfully managing an entire project;
• Learn about today’s technical tools including GANTT and PERT;
• Understand the dynamics of the entire scope of project management;
• Further your understanding of quality analysis an ISO 9000, 9001 and 9002;
• Develop advanced analysis and problem solving skills;
• Develop vital leadership and managerial skills.

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New England College’s Master of Science in Engineering Project Management provides you with the technical, leadership and managerial skills needed to become a successful manager who can manage complex projects to successful conclusions.

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New England College’s Master of Science in Engineering Project Management provides engineering professionals with essential leadership and technical skills for today’s dynamic global environment. The program’s curriculum is designed so that engineers can leverage technical skills learned both in school and on the job. The program will transform you into a leader who can manage projects based upon your understanding of organizational dynamics, the process of managing people, strategic management, and financial and accounting skills. A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering is a pre-requisite when applying for admission. The 40-credit program can be completed in a year for those taking it full time. The course delivery and structure are specifically designed for working professionals to make the most efficient use of time and to optimize the learning experience.

Students will learn how to effectively communicate to a variety of stakeholders though a various forms of communications. From professional presentations to team meetings, from letters to complex documents, graduates of this program will become effective communicators. They will be able to apply management skills and concepts to identify, analyze, and creatively solve project-based and organizational problems. Additionally, they will obtain the leadership skills needed to lead interdisciplinary teams in diverse situations. On top of that, the program will empower you to utilize a broad “toolkit” of technical, statistical, financial, risk-assessment, legal, organization, and ethical tools to solve management problems. As a qualified project manager, you’ll be able to use financial and accounting information in support of tactical and strategic decisions in any type of project or program.

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