21 August 2017
Monash University launched its new Master of Project Management (MPM) course at the recent Project Managers Industry Australia (PMIA) 2017 conference held in Sydney 28-30 May.
The Master of Project Management course is a multi-faculty product and is offered as a two year fulltime course, with a part time option.
This course is perfect for experienced project managers wanting to take the next step in their career, career changers, technical experts looking to move into a managerial role and also international students. The MPM equips graduates through practical, hands-on experience in a wide range of settings in the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors.
The Faculty of Information Technology is the managing faculty with other contributing Faculties, the Faculty of Business and Economics and the Faculty of Engineering. This interdisciplinary course covers business, engineering, IT and Law and combines project management disciplines with sector-focused knowledge.
Graduates of the MPM will be equipped to manage projects as part of their current position, and move into senior director-level positions.
Associate Professor Chivonne Algeo contributed to the central debate at the conference and was invited to return as Chair of the Academic Research track at next year’s PMIA conference. Monash had a significant presence at the event with a well patronized booth and sponsorship. To find out more visit https://www.monash.edu/master-project-management