The Master of Project Management aims to produce graduates who have appropriate skills and knowledge to be capable of managing small, medium and large-sized projects as a senior team leader, a project manager or project director.
The Master of Project Management is accredited by the US-based Project Management Institute (PMI). USQ is endorsed as a National Provider of Project Management education by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
This program requires a total of 12 courses over 2 years.
Applicants with a recognized degree and at least 2 years of work experience will be able to apply for direct entry into the Master of Project Management.
Applicants with a recognized and credible MBA or Masters level business degree or postgraduate qualifications may be granted some exemptions on approval by USQ’s admission council.
The core project management related courses are as follows (click on the links to view the course synopsis):
MGT8022 Project Based Management
MGT8073 Project Processes and Systems
MGT8074 Project Team Leadership
MGT8075 Project Delivery
MGT8076 Project-based Change Management
MGT8077 Project Risk Management
MGT8078 Portfolio, Program and Benefits Management
MGT8079 Project Management Research Project
plus any of the following specializations now available:
Global Business Management
Strategic HR Management