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University of Michigan-Dearborn, Master of Science in Program and Project Management

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The Master of Science in Program and Project Management offered at the University of Michigan-Dearborn is designed for technical professionals from various industries, who need to deepen their understanding of program and project management.

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Project Management Masters Programs

Features

• 30 credit hours
• On-Campus, online, or blended format
• Comprehensive Curriculum
• PMP Certification

Degree Name

Master of Science in Project Management

Duration

12-16 months, On-Campus/Online

Cost

About $21,000 to $35,000 – On-Campus
Approximately $25,000 – Online

What is best?

• 30 credit hours
• On-Campus, online, or blended format
• Comprehensive Curriculum
• PMP Certification

What are the benefits?

• Gain comprehensive, theoretical, and practical knowledge in program and project management;
• Access to advances in the program management field;
• Learn concepts, theories, methodologies, analytical techniques and skills necessary for successful leadership of programs within complex organizations;
• Gain an understanding of global issues involved in managing programs and projects.

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The Master of Science in Program and Project Management offered at the University of Michigan-Dearborn provides a comprehensive, theoretical, and practical project management education that equips students with strategies and tools to efficiently and effectively complete programs and projects on schedule, on budget, and with high-quality results.

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The Master of Science in Program and Project Management offered at the University of Michigan-Dearborn is designed for technical professionals from various industries, who need to deepen their understanding of program and project management. This program is also ideal for professionals who want to enhance their ability to coordinate complex projects, motivate and manage people, and achieve cost-effective outcomes. The program was developed in response to an increasing demand for skilled and experienced professionals who can develop, deploy, and manage locally and globally developed programs in a timely and efficient manner. The graduate program draws upon the expertise of the college’s faculty members and industry practitioners to provide a comprehensive and practical knowledge in program and project management. While also focusing on principles and theories in the field of project management, the emphasis of the program is on application. Students are equipped with strategies and tools to efficiently plan and organize resources so that programs and projects are completed on schedule, on budget, and with high-quality results.

The 30-credit program may be completed entirely on campus, entirely online, or through a combination of on-campus and online courses. The program’s curriculum provides students with a comprehensive, theoretical, and practical knowledge in program and project management. It also provides students with concepts, theories, methodologies, analytical techniques and skills necessary for successful leadership of programs within complex organizations. Students are also able to gain an understanding of some of the issues involved in managing programs and projects on a global level. In addition, core courses are designed to provide graduates with a strong foundation to pursue certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP). Even better, graduates of the program can leverage the job market in Michigan, which is one of the largest for project manager and program manager jobs in the country.

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