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The University of Denver, Master of Science in Leadership and Organizations: Project Management

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The University of Denver’s Master of Science in Leadership and Organizations with a concentration in Project Management will provide you with tools and techniques needed for effective project management through hands-on instruction and practical experiences throughout your entire program study.

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Project Management Masters Programs

Features

• 48 quarter credit hours
• 12 total courses
• 10 Week Terms
• Delivery: online or on-campus
• Capstone Project and Seminars

Degree Name

Master of Science in Leadership and Organizations (Project Management concentration)

Duration

2 years, online

Cost

About $32,000 to $35,000

What is best?

• 48 quarter credit hours
• 12 total courses
• 10 Week Terms
• Delivery: online or on-campus
• Capstone Project and Seminars

What are the benefits?

• Become proficient in the use of project management software
• Analyze and apply agile concepts and techniques
• Design a comprehensive risk management plan for a project
• Create strategies to manage the complexity inherent in large-scale projects
• Relate project scope to cost, time, and resource requirements
• Develop procurement plans and assess project contracts

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The University of Denver’s online Master of Science in Leadership and Organizations with a concentration in Project Management will provide you with tools and techniques needed for effective project management to ensure you can complete projects within timeline, scope, and budget.

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The University of Denver’s Master of Science in Leadership and Organizations with a concentration in Project Management will provide you with tools and techniques needed for effective project management through hands-on instruction and practical experiences throughout your entire program study. The program will help you become proficient in the use of project management software and teach you how to develop a clear plan that fits within the context of an organization’s strategic vision. Apart from learning Project management software, the program’s core curriculum will help you develop competencies in risk management, legal issues, plan development, contracts and procurement, and financing and budget development.

To earn the master’s degree, you will be required to complete 48 quarter credit hours which will be covered in 12 courses. This will include 20 credits of core courses, 16 credits of concentration courses, and 12 credits of elective courses. The Project Management concentration has been developed to align with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) “Project Management Body of Knowledge” (PMBOK® Guide). The concentration also prepares students to succeed in the PMI® Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam. The concentration contains such courses as Principles of Project Management, Project Contracts & Procurement, Project Management Tools & Techniques, and Project Management Dynamics. Elective courses may be chosen from courses in Leadership and Organizations programs or from other graduate programs but with approval from the academic director. You can seek the assistance of you academic advisor when selecting electives that will align with your career and personal goals. Graduates of this program will be experts in: analyzing project risks; assessing and securing project resources; developing project budgets and timeliness; controlling project costs and issues; defining project scopes; documenting and evaluating the progress of projects; overseeing project implementation and execution, among others.

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