Study a Master of Project Management with Monash Business School
Applications are now open for Monash Business School’s Master of Project Management, run in conjunction with Monash University’s Engineering and IT faculties.
Aimed at those looking to advance their skills and develop a career in project management, this unique multi-disciplinary course aims to provide strategic leadership for complex projects for practitioners working in IT, engineering, law and sustainability areas, across government and the private and not-for-profit sectors.
Students will learn to critically analyse complex problems, identify approaches and use innovative practices, by working on real-life projects and gaining hands-on project leadership experience across a range of areas.
This Master’s degree involves: Foundation Studies covering the principles, context and techniques for managing and delivering projects; Core Studies covering issues of innovation and project knowledge; Electives from Business, IT, Engineering, Law and Arts; and the option to do a field or research project.
Students are supported throughout the course by online mentors.
Depending on prior qualifications and work experience, the Master of Project Management will involve study from one year, one and a half, or two years study full time. The degree is tailored for flexibility, giving students the option to study part time, full time or in block mode.
Applicants must have at least six months of professional work experience with an Australian Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualification) with a Weighted Average Mark of 60 per cent or an equivalent GPA.