Master of Science in Project Management
The master of science in project management (M.S.P.M.) degree program is designed for professionals who wish to enhance their ability to motivate people, integrate complex projects, and achieve cost-effective results. The curriculum focuses on traditional and modern project management techniques in an industry-independent manner. The curriculum goes beyond the project management body of knowledge and exposes students to international methodologies, decision sciences, advanced project management applications, and management. The M.S.P.M. program is offered both on campus and through distance learning.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 36 credits, including 30 credits in required courses and 6 credits in elective courses.
|DNSC 6202||Statistics for Managers|
|DNSC 6247||Organization, Management, and Leadership|
|DNSC 6250||Project Management Finance|
|DNSC 6251||Optimization Models for Decision Making|
|DNSC 6252||Risk Analysis for Decision Making|
|DNSC 6254||Risk Management|
|DNSC 6257||Cost Estimation and Control|
|DNSC 6258||Executive Decision Making|
|DNSC 6259||Project Portfolio Management|
|DNSC 6261||Introduction to Project and Program Management|
|DNSC 6262||Directed Computational Project Management|
|DNSC 6267||Planning and Scheduling|
|DNSC 6269||Project Management Application|
|A 3-credit, graduate-level elective course from the Department of Decision Sciences (DNSC) and a 3-credit, graduate-level elective course approved by the advisor.|