Master of Project Management

The Master of Project Management is ideal for those looking to develop an understanding of the key project management tools and methodologies. It will provide you with the skills needed to manage projects at an operational level and offers sound preparation for a career in project management.

Project management frameworks deliver new products, services, technologies and infrastructure solutions. Project managers also help organisations to manage change – something ‘business as usual’ cannot do.

The Master of Project Management will provide you with the advanced project management skills needed to manage big, complex projects at operational level. It will equip you with fundamental methodologies, modelling and analytical skills for the design and implementation of projects across a wide range of industries. You will also have the opportunity to undertake a project, combining the theory and knowledge you have developed with any relevant industry experience.

We offer the Master of Project Management in a flexible format: you can complete your degree either on campus, online, or through a combination of both. We also offer a
research pathway to eligible candidates who are planning to pursue a higher
degree by research.

Course structure

You may choose either to specialise in a particular area or to complete a general Master of Project Management without specialisation.

Specialisations include:

  • International Project Design
  • Behavioural Project Economics
  • Risk Dynamics and Resilience
  • Portfolio and Concurrency Management.

For more information about the Master of Project Management, including units of study, visit sydney.edu.au/courses/master-of-project-management

Accreditation

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The Master of Project Management is accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).

Enrolment and Completion Information

138 Students graduated from the Masters of Project Management in 2013.

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