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Master of Science in Project Management

Differentiate yourself from others in your field by combining professional certification with a master’s degree. The M.S. in Project Management is designed for mid-career professionals that seek to develop project management capabilities for application in a variety of fields.  Designed to meet the needs of working professionals, the M.S. in Project Management is a flexible, convenient part-time degree program. Courses are offered in the fall, winter, spring, and summer, allowing students the opportunity to complete all degree requirements in as few as two years.

The program’s curriculum is aligned with the internationally recognized Project Management Institute’s Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and is designed to support the completion of the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. However, that is just the beginning.  Drexel's cutting-edge graduate program in Project Management will provide you with the business, communication, global, and leadership skills needed to manage projects, programs and portfolios in today's competitive production environments. 

Not only will you learn how to manage single projects, you will develop essential program management skills required to coordinate integrated projects to achieve a set of business goals.  A Drexel M.S. in Project Management will set you apart from the crowd in today's increasingly "projectized" work settings.

M.S. in Project Management

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Careers in Project Management:

  • Engineering
  • Construction
  • Scheduling
  • Cost estimating
  • Architecture
  • Software development
  • Information technology (IT) infrastructure
  • E-commerce
  • Defense
  • Government
  • Consulting
  • Health care
  • Nursing
  • Environmental and natural sciences
  • Retail
  • Advertising and public relations
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