The aim of the Online MSc in Project Management programme is to provide the skills necessary to deliver advanced and effective project management at a time when companies and organisations are increasingly focused on this key area. At the same time the online Masters of Science in Project Management results in a valuable academic qualification.
This online Masters of Science in Project Management is beneficial at a time when companies and organisations are increasingly focused on the short- and long-term benefits of high quality project management. Upon completion of the course, students will be in an excellent position to exploit a full range of pan-regional and multi-sector opportunities in project management.
You will acquire a knowledge of all management and planning disciplines, as well as an in-depth understanding of skills such as organisational change and behavioural management. This will open up pan-regional and multi-sectoral opportunities in project management.
PMI Registered Education Provider
University of Liverpool has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI). As a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), University of Liverpool has agreed to abide by PMI-established quality assurance criteria
Prior to taking the MSc in Project Management from The University of Liverpool Online, the following are required:
Please note that applicants are also evaluated on an individual basis.
The Online MSc in Project Management programme is 30 months in duration based on the recommended study schedule. Should students need to alter their study path due to work or family commitments they can do so in consultation with a Student Support Manager.
The Online MSc in Project Management programme comprises eight modules – six compulsory and two elective – culminating in a dissertation. Each module lasts eight weeks. You take one module at a time in order to study a specific subject in-depth without distractions.
Students refine their dissertation topic in conjunction with their Personal Dissertation Advisor, an academic supervisor who will provide support throughout the writing process.
Since its foundation in 1881, the University of Liverpool has produced eight Nobel Prize winners. This academic excellence is one reason why almost three thousand professionals from more than 175 countries have chosen it for their online Masters degree. They...
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