M.S. in Project Management
A Master of Science in Project Management from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to lead complex projects in a variety of industries and positions. And did you know… Saint Mary’s program was recognized at #12 by College Rank on its lists of top 20 project management degree programs.
Your Saint Mary's learning experience will begin with a deep, foundational understanding of business practices and philosophies and will then dive into the process of defining, implementing, and evaluating projects. Throughout your coursework you'll find a curriculum that emphasizes the importance of setting clear goals, managing a project's scope, effectively communicating with and motivating a team, and successfully completing a project's stated objectives on time and on budget.
When you enroll at Saint Mary's, you'll learn alongside your peers in classes that are taught by industry professionals and through lessons that incorporate real-world examples. This educational approach provides the best foundation for immediately implementing coursework in your workplace.
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Project Management Professional Exam and Preparation
Since the Saint Mary's M.S. in Project Management curriculum is in full alignment with Project Management Institute's standards, you'll know that your education is valued in the broader employment market. The Project Management Institute is the world's leading nonprofit professional membership association for the project, program, and portfolio management profession. You'll also find that you've received the preparation necessary to take the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam and earn your PMP certification.
From Start to Finish
- You can earn your M.S. in Project Management degree in a little more than one year.
- Cohorts begin every spring, summer, and fall.