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University of Houston, Master of Science in Technology Project Management

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The University of Houston’s Master of Science in Technology Project Management is designed specifically to prepare individuals with undergraduate degrees in technology disciplines for responsible leadership roles in technology-based professional workplaces.

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Project Management Masters Programs

Features

• 36 credit hours
• 2-year program
• Project Management Seminar
• Research: Integration Project
• Elective courses

Degree Name

Master of Science in Technology Project Management

Duration

2 years, full time

Cost

About $22,000 to $25,000

What is best?

• 36 credit hours
• 2-year program
• Project Management Seminar
• Research: Integration Project
• Elective courses

What are the benefits?

• Participate in Project Management Seminar to enhance your skills;
• Apply skills learned in an Integration Project;
• Features advanced graduate coursework in project management;
• Qualify for management and supervisory roles in a wide range of industries.

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The University of Houston’s Master of Science in Technology Project Management features advanced graduate coursework in project management, which prepares students for responsible leadership roles in technology-based professional workplaces.

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The University of Houston’s Master of Science in Technology Project Management is designed specifically to prepare individuals with undergraduate degrees in technology disciplines for responsible leadership roles in technology-based professional workplaces. The program’s core courses provide in-depth preparation in project management skills, which will play a key role in the planning and management of technology projects. There are four required courses (12 credit hours): Project Management Principles; Project Leadership and Team Building; Risk Assessment in Project Management; and Quality Improvement in Project Management. The program also features a directed area of study which involves 12 credit hours of advanced graduate coursework. The directed area of study must be approved by the graduate faculty advisor prior to enrollment. It provides students the opportunity to focus in an area of specialization.

Students also participate in a Project Management Seminar in which they demonstrate their ability to complete a major project that identifies and resolves an important technology or technology leadership issues. Additionally, students will take part in an Integration Project in which they will leverage the skills developed in the project management common core courses and specialization to structure and complete an integrative project. Afterwards, students report the results of their efforts in written and oral form. Students are also required to complete six hours of elective courses, which need to be approved by the graduate faculty advisor prior to enrollment. Up to 2 elective credits may be earned outside of the Information and Logistics Technology department. Many opportunities await students who graduate with a Master of Science in Technology Project Management including management and supervisory roles in a wide range of industries.

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