Project Management master’s program named nation’s top value for third straight year


For the third straight year, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Master of Science in Project Management program has been named the nation's top value by The rankings were based on several metrics, prioritizing yearly tuition and graduation rate.

Project managers provide countless benefits to any organization, including leading and organizing teams, improving communication and collaboration, and increasing efficiency and productivity. These valuable skills can potentially lead to higher salaries and career advancement opportunities. Program Coordinator Bill Haskins says UW-Platteville's program is focused on producing project managers who will excel. Because of that, the program's challenging curriculum is uniquely crafted by experts in the field, with a focus on real-world applications.

“UW-Platteville is honored to offer the top-ranked online master’s degree in project management,” said Haskins. “We strive for excellence in the business competencies and project delivery skills required for project success. We are grateful to be recognized and are proud of our reputation for producing smart and capable project managers.”

UW-Platteville is one of the few universities in the United States with a fully online PMI® Globally Accredited project management program. This program allows students to choose from three areas of emphasis: Human Capital Administration, Integrated Supply Chain Management and Managing Engineering projects. This approach provides a personalized education that aligns with each student's unique professional and personal goals.

Students can earn their master’s degree in project management in as little as two years online. For more information about the Masters of Science Project Management program, visit, call 800.362.5460 or email

About UW-Platteville Online Programs:
UW-Platteville offers 10 undergraduate degrees online, including Associate of Arts and SciencesAssociate of Science in Business AdministrationAssociate of Science in Hospitality and Tourism ManagementBachelor of Science in Applied Computing; and Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice; plus Bachelor's of Business Administration in FinanceHuman Resource ManagementMarketingIntegrated Supply Chain Management and Management. The 10 master's degree programs are Applied BiotechnologyCriminal Justice, CybersecurityEngineeringHealthcare AdministrationIntegrated Supply Chain ManagementOrganizational Change Leadership, Project ManagementSport Administration and Strategic Management. The university also offers 16 graduate and undergraduate certificate programs.

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