The professional project manager must deliver projects on schedule, on budget, to scope and with the right quality. This MSc develops the multi-faceted skill set needed to successfully manage international projects in the oil and gas industry.
The MSc International Project Management (Oil & Gas) is available to study full-time and part-time from September, full-time from January and as distance learning (no attendance required).
The oil and gas industries are widely affected by a growing range of factors, including shifting global economics, an evolving global energy mix and environmental issues.
There is an increasing demand for those working in the industries to develop an intelligent awareness of this complex business environment and to grasp the ways in which these changes will affect organisations.
Developed in conjunction with industry, the School of Engineering and Built Environment at GCU offers a suite of programmes designed to provide the knowledge required for a range of professional careers within the oil and gas industry.
The professional project manager must deliver projectson schedule, on budget, to scope and with the rightquality. This MSc develops the multi-faceted skill setneeded to successfully manage international projectsin the oil and gas industry.
Why Choose This Programme?
The construction industry has become increasingly global and there has been significant growth in recent years in both international and multinational collaborations around the world. These projects require highly skills professionals who are capable of taking up challenging roles in a range of specialist areas.
The programme provides opportunities for students to increase their expertise and knowledge in the area of project management both nationally and internationally. In addition to gaining speciailised knowledge in Project Management and its associated subjects, students are taught innovative management skills that will enable them to manage a range of projects in a variety of cultural and socioeconomic settings.
The course allows students to widen their opportunities within the employment market, as Masters graduates are more likely to attract the higher end of graduate starting salaries. It is also provides an ideal platform for graduates with an excellent first degree in a non-cognate discipline who are considering a career in project management.
The demand for project management professionals, especially those with project management education and training, is growing rapidly. Demand in many regions is exceeding supply, as more companies adopt a project management culture and project numbers continue to grow globally.
UK Honours degree 2:2 (or equivalent) in any construction, surveying or engineering related subject. Or full membership of a chartered built environment professional institution (eg MRICS, MCIOB, ARIBA, MICE, MAPM); ordinary degree (or equivalent) with a minimum of five years’ senior level built environment experience in a relevant managerial or professional occupation. Or non-cognate Honours degree 2:2 in engineering, business,science and social sciences. Applicants with appropriate professional experience may be considered through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
21 October 2016
Recipient: Glasgow Caledonian University
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