CSU Global’s Master of Project Management will prepare you to assume command of organizational projects, enabling you to create an efficient and effective total organization perspective that goes much deeper than silo thinking.
Our Master of Project Management program will train you for the career you deserve and prepare you to excel in high-performing global organizations by integrating the study of core business disciplines with advanced leadership and decision-making skills.
As a student in our program, you’ll gain the management skills necessary to evaluate, synthesize, analyze, and apply concepts when leading unique projects on a multi-national scale.
You’ll also learn to apply project management best practices throughout the program in planning and execution, managing contracts and asset procurement, and when leading complex projects and teams. Advanced topics you’ll study include:
- Project management office
- Project risk management
- Project controlling and monitoring
- Project performance metrics
- Agile project management
As a professional project manager, you’ll utilize a series of sophisticated planning and management skills, and you’ll be the individual organizations trust to get things done, as you’ll be responsible for delivering projects on track, on time, and under budget.
Project Manager Responsibilities
- Establish and achieve project objectives using effective project management techniques.
- Minimize time and cost overruns and manage resources effectively.
- Analyze project records to effectively monitor and control projects.
- Utilize best practices during the planning and execution of projects.
PMI Certification Requirements Reduced for GAC-Accredited Program Graduates
The Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC) is excited to announce that graduates of GAC-accredited programs are granted substantial credit toward the experience requirement when they apply for any PMI certification. This new benefit applies retroactively to the degree program’s initial accreditation date and applies to each PMI certification.