Master of Science in Management of Projects and Programs
- 10 courses, 30 credits
- Offered entirely online with select courses available on campus.
The Master of Science in the Management of Projects and Programs involves the completion of seven required courses and three electives. The Foundations of Project Management course, RPJM 101, must be taken as the first course and preferably alone. Additional course sequencing requirements are outlined below.
Please note: If you were admitted to the MS in Management of Projects and Programs prior to July 22, 2010, you need to follow a different set of program requirements than what is outlined below. Admitted students must follow the program requirements under which they were admitted. If you have any questions, please contact the Division of Graduate Professional Studies.
RPJM 101 must be taken first and preferably alone. If necessary it can be taken concurrently with RCOM 102. RPJM 103 must be taken no later than two semesters after RPJM 101. All required courses must be taken before the elective courses, though if necessary the last required course may be taken concurrently with the first elective.
Foundations of Project Management
Advanced Scheduling and Control
Negotiating and Conflict Resolution
Electives (choose three)
Challenges in Project Management
Procurement and Contract Management
Special Topics in Project Management
Agile Project Management