Master of Science in Project Management
Morgan's MSPM program is suitable for professionals that want to develop their knowledge and skills to move up to senior planning, consulting, and project management positions.
Applicants are required to have a bachelor's degree from an accredited university, at least two years professional level work experience, and you must meet the MSU Graduate School admission requirements.
The program requires 30 credits and a comprehensive examination. Program participants complete courses as a cohort. Three core courses are offered in the fall and three core courses are offered in the spring. Supporting courses may be taken in the following terms and semesters.
A sampling of courses include
- Project, program, and Portfolio Management
- Project Communication, Negotiation, and HR Management
- Project Planning and Resource Management
- Project Cost, Value, and Financial Management
- Project Execution, Risk and Quality Management
- Project Procurement Management in Public and Private Sectors
Students choose 3 courses from a listing of over 40 courses to integrate project management skills in a specific subject area from Architecture; The Arts; Business; City and Regional Planning; Civil Engineering; Computer Science; Electrical Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Information Technology; Science; and Transportation.