Master of Science in Project Management

Program Format
On-Ground|Online|
Curriculum
Entry Terms
Spring: April 11, 2016
Summer: July 5, 2016
Fall: Sept. 19, 2016
Winter: Jan. 9, 2017
Credits Required for Graduation
45-48 Quarter Hours

Overview

In today’s fast-paced business environment, companies succeed or fail based on their ability to bring quality products and services to market on time, on budget, and within specifications. Organizations in every industry recognize this, and a resulting shortage of talent has created expansive career opportunities for knowledgeable project managers.

The Master of Science in Project Management, accredited in 2009 by the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center (GAC), is designed to provide you with the theoretical concepts and practical skills you need to lead complex projects successfully—from initial planning, budgeting, and negotiations through project oversight and final evaluation. Complementing the degree curriculum are concentrations that enable you to expand your knowledge within your field of interest.

Program Objectives

  • Effectively manage multiple, sometimes interrelated, complex projects
  • Implement enterprise-level project portfolio management (PPM) based upon an organization’s strategic business goals
  • Avoid common project management pitfalls
  • Develop metrics for determining and reporting project performance


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Certificate Information

If now is not the right time for you to enroll in a Northeastern University–Seattle master’s degree program, but you know that advanced study will enhance your skills and career potential, consider our graduate certificate programs:

Construction Management Graduate Certificate

Project Management Graduate Certificate