Online Master of Science in Project Management

The Online Master of Science in Project Management program at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
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REACH YOUR POTENTIAl in project management

The globally-accredited Master’s in Project Management online degree program can help you achieve success at the highest levels of management by preparing you to lead complex projects, cultivate relationships between project teams and customers, and manage the “triple constraint” of time, money, and scope of a project. As a student of the program, you’ll complete an in-depth exploration of advanced project leadership coursework that you can apply directly to your career, building better processes and pursuing expanded professional opportunities.

Your success is at the core of the curriculum
The core courses for the masters in project management online program are focused on management or communication, offering a well-rounded view of the knowledge and process areas of the discipline. The project management courses are integrated, with each courses building on previous materials to foster complete understanding of new skills and topics.

Program competencies are mapped to the Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). You’ll benefit from core courses such as:

  • Project Management Techniques
  • Project Scope Management
  • Advanced Quality Management
  • Organizational Communication
  • Interpersonal Skills for Virtual or Co-located Project Teams

Make your project management master’s degree your own with tailored electives
The program offers a broad catalog of electives to help you pursue the education that suits your specific professional goals, including courses in:

  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Advanced Production and Operations Analysis
  • Project Scope Management
  • Advanced Tools and Techniques for Project Management
  • Employee Recruitment and Selection
  • Project Risk Management
  • Consumer Behavior

Take advantage of a graduate assistantship in project management
UW-Platteville offers graduate assistantships to project management master’s degree students, which encompass a wide variety of responsibilities while allowing participants to achieve their academic goals. As a graduate assistant in project management, you would have the opportunity to perform duties in support of university research in graduate academic areas. You may also work in a professional services capacity, and may be assigned to academic or non-academic units where specific technical duties related to project management may be utilized. This can help you develop your grasp of the material covered throughout the course by applying it in a practical setting and gaining crucial experience.

Flexibility, credibility sets UW-Platteville Online apart

  • 100% online courses
  • One of a select few worldwide to be Globally Accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®
  • Current students with a Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification may earn advanced standing in the program
  • Take up to seven years to complete your degree
  • 30 to 36 credits to earn your master’s in project management degree
  • No GRE or GMAT required
  • A "Best Buy" degree program
  • Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
  • Opportunity to transfer credits
  • Program competencies are mapped to A Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)
  • Each course worth 45 PDUs

Program Information

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