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Online Master's in Project Management

As a PMI Global Accreditation Center (GAC) accredited program, completing your online Master's of Science in Project Management degree through UW-Platteville will give you a huge advantage in reaching your career goals. A completed degree counts as a third of the project management work experience required to sit for the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

Online Master's in Project Management

Choose how your degree will best suit your needs with an area of emphasis:

  • Managing Engineering Projects
  • Human Capital Administration
  • Integrated Supply Chain Management

Program benefits:

  • Flexible online learning including 8-week and 16-week classes
  • Courses that fit your career goals
  • No GRE or GMAT required for admission

1

Relevant curriculum

Curriculum is aligned with A Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge, ensuring graduates have the knowledge needed to succeed in today's workplace.

2

Tailor your degree

Optional emphasis areas include managing engineering projects, human capital administration, and integrated supply chain management.

3

PMP exam readiness

Curriculum ensures graduates are prepared to take the PMP exam and earn their PMP certification.

4

Return on Investment

The program has been named a top value by several organizations based on price and challenging curriculum.

Accredited Program

This program is accredited by the PMI Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs. Earn advanced standing in the program with a PMP certification.

Each course is worth 45 PDUs, which can be used to fulfill education requirements to maintain the PMP.

 

Earn Your 100% Online PMI Accredited master's in Project Management

 

A Smart Investment

"Project management is crucial across all levels of management and departments. It's the driving force to generate ideas and turn them into strategic processes."

William Yang
M.S. in Project Management


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