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Northwestern University, Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering, Master of Project Management

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The Northwestern University Master of Project Management (MPM) program is designed to prepare technically qualified individuals for leadership roles in the construction, operation, and management of major civil and environmental engineering projects.

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Project Management Masters Programs

Features

• Flexible curriculum
• Courses taught by industry experts
• Capstone report
• Weekly seminar series
• Location: Evanston campus

Degree Name

Master of Project Management

Duration

9-18 months, full time

Cost

About $100,000 to $120,000

What is best?

• Courses taught by industry experts
• Capstone report
• Weekly seminar series
• Location: Evanston campus

What are the benefits?

• Facility to build on your technical backgrounds;
• Develop practical business and management perspectives;
• Learn to effectively synthesize project operations;
• Leverage the expertise of renowned faculty practitioners.

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The Northwestern University Master of Project Management (MPM) program produces versatile and technically oriented professionals capable of directing major public and private infrastructure projects in today's increasingly complicated managerial environment.

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The Northwestern University Master of Project Management (MPM) program is designed to prepare technically qualified individuals for leadership roles in the construction, operation, and management of major civil and environmental engineering projects. The program’s curriculum combines education in essential concepts of civil and architectural engineering design with the functional concepts of business management and behavioral science. This approach to learning, along with the expertise of renowned faculty practitioners, contributes in producing graduates who are capable of directing all aspects of complex civil engineering projects. To earn the Master of Science in Project Management degree, you will have to take a minimum of 12 courses. Some of these courses are mandatory, others are required for the particular specialization area chosen, and the remaining ones will be electives that align with the specialization area.

The MPM program offers five specialization areas that allow students to tailor their program of study depending on their interest and experience. The five general specialization areas are: A/E/C Business Management, Construction Management, Real Estate Development, Sustainability, and Transportation Management. In addition to the foregoing list of commonly selected courses, any appropriate course within the University may be taken with the approval of the Director. Graduates of this program emerge as versatile and technically oriented professionals capable of directing major public and private infrastructure projects in today's increasingly complicated managerial environment. They will be prepared to enter the work force in a wide variety of industries beyond the areas represented by the five specializations in the program. By the time you graduate, you’ll have developed the skills and ability to become a productive employee, leader, or even to develop your own company.

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