The Master of Science in Project Management is for people who are pursuing a career in project management, see themselves managing projects or overseeing complex undertakings. Earning a master’s can help individuals qualify for more advanced management positions. The goal of a degree in project management is to learn how to think critically and implement leadership theories and methodologies in real-life situations.
While earning a project management degree, students cultivate the knowledge and skills necessary to complete project-based work in diverse industries. The MS in Project Management will prepare professionals with skills in budgeting, leadership, communication, and organization. Students will learn resource allocation, time management, strategies and negotiation, initiation and planning, implementation and closure.
Qualified Project Managers are an invaluable asset to any business, non-profit agency or corporation. Graduates can secure positions in education, government and community affairs, engineering, computer and information systems, healthcare industries, construction, corporations and most other industries. The global economy is becoming more and more interdependent and a degree in project management teaches versatile skills enabling professionals to move fluidly between industries.
Project managers are in very high demand across all sectors. Here are some reasons why this graduate degree is practical and a great return on your career investment:
The Constructive Action and Field Experience
A critical part in the development of a student’s Constructive Action is the field placement. In line with unique Purpose-Centered Education offered at MCNY, the students in this degree will be required to apply what they have learned in the classrooms with their experiences in the real-world situations, companies and/or organizations. As such, the students must identify an appropriate entrepreneurial/intrapreneurial venture and specific segments of their proposed venture for their Constructive Actions (CA). In the three CAs of the proposed curriculum, students will acquire basic research techniques and methodologies necessary to explore and analyze trends and needs, relate those needs to their respective proposed professional venture, develop a comprehensive strategic plan, and finally set in motion their respective entrepreneurial plans by identifying sources of financing and evaluating their success and failures.