Project Management - B6025
Build your ability to lead complex projects from conception to execution with a Master of Project Management. With endless career possibilities in multiple sectors and industries, this expert master degree will ensure you are work-ready and prepared for the complexity, uncertainty and the multi-dimensional nature of projects in the real world.
Gain practical skills that will benefit you into the future, allowing you to think creatively and differently from others, to build and sustain capable teams, to mitigate risks and to deliver successful outcomes. Meet the demand for skilled project managers and leaders head on with specialist expertise and a professional portfolio development built into your degree.
The online Master of Project Management is designed by an interdisciplinary team of Monash academics and informed by an Industry Advisory Council, ensuring an industry-aligned degree that delivers skills directly applicable to the workplace.
Undertake this graduate degree online at Monash in six-week teaching periods, giving you the flexibility to study alongside work and family commitments. Begin your studies from six points throughout the year with the confidence of knowing Monash teaching excellence is behind every course unit.
Download a Project Management brochure to discover more about how you can become a confident project leader, 100% online.
You may be eligible to exit this course early with a Graduate Diploma of Project Management, provided you complete Parts A and B of the course, or with a Graduate Certificate of Project Management, provided you complete Part A of the course.
Where can the Master of Project Management take me?
This expert master degree will prepare you to work in a vast range of industries and sectors, and make a real difference to organisations through your project leadership. Stand out from the rest by adding a highly recognised and valuable qualification from Australia’s largest university to your resumé.
Skilled project managers and leaders can seek work in a number of areas including corporate, government and not-for-profit fields.
This innovative and industry-aligned expert master degree will set you up to establish or advance your project management career in a number of industries including corporate, government and not-for-profit. Career opportunities may include:
- Project manager: lead, coordinate and manage a team responsible for delivering a project for organisations in a wide breadth of sectors and contexts.
- Project administrator: handle the administrative elements and daily functions of your organisation’s projects to ensure delivery deadlines are met.
- Project coordinator: utilise your strong communication and organisational skills to coordinate projects and teams of people to meet project delivery goals.
- Account manager: act as the key liaison between your organisation and clients to build and maintain relationships and manage business goals and client needs.
At a glance
|2 years, 1.4 years or 0.7 years part time depending on prior qualifications. See entry requirements.|
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|Master of Project Management|