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Masters Degrees in Project Management, Ireland

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The MSc in Project Management is aimed at new graduates who wish to pursue a career in a project related discipline. Specifically it will. Read more
The MSc in Project Management is aimed at new graduates who wish to pursue a career in a project related discipline. Specifically it will:
Introduce the fundamental principles of project management, frameworks processes and developing theories used in explaining how new project assets achieve business benefits in a change environment.
Provide learners with the competences to manage groups and teams and to interact effectively with projec stakeholders.
Demonstrate project management best practice in managing human, physical and financial resources throughout the project lifecycle.
Introduce the principles of how to manage change through portfolios, programmes and projects in line with organisational strategic objectives.
Explore commercial management of projects including capital budeting, project appraisal, business case developments.
Show how project and project management maturity models can be interpreted and integrated within individual and organisational development initiatives.
Introduce concepts and theories of corporate and social responsibility and provide a framework for planning and evaluating the actions and performance of a project in the context of sustainable and socially responsible activity.
Introduce learners to the importance of how to use organisational and project management knowledge systems to manage and evaluate projects.
Develop the learner's research capability in conceptualising, formulating, conduting and reporting on independent research in a project environment.

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This is a one-year postgraduate course designed to provide engineers and other suitably qualified graduates with a good appreciation and understanding of project management techniques and practice in civil engineering and construction. Read more
This is a one-year postgraduate course designed to provide engineers and other suitably qualified graduates with a good appreciation and understanding of project management techniques and practice in civil engineering and construction. Since much of this course is generic, it is also suitable for those involved in managing projects in other areas, for example, in manufacturing and information technology. This course has been approved by Engineers Ireland as meeting its requirements for continuing professional development.

Course Organisation:

Lectures are normally held on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings each week throughout the academic year. Coursework involves carrying out an individual research project in one's own time and also using project management software on the College computers as an integral part of the course on some Friday evenings.

Course Content:

Project Management Principles and Practice
Contracts and Tendering Procedures
Legal Principles and Employment Legislation
Project Accounting and Cost Control
The Computer and IT in Project Management
Human Resources Management, Health and Safety, Insurances
Coursework Assignments

Assessment:

The award of a Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management is based on a combination of the results of two examination papers and two coursework assignments. Each paper and the coursework constitute one third of the overall assessment. Students must pass each paper and the coursework; there is no system of compensation. The pass mark for the examination papers and the coursework is 40%. A Distinction is awarded to those who obtain an overall average mark of 70% or more in both the coursework and two papers combined at the summer examination. The Diploma awarding ceremony takes place in November.

Recommended texts:

Extensive notes are provided by individual lecturers, who may also recommend texts.

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Objectives. The programme covers all the elements of world-class professional practices in project management. Methods, Planning, Control, Strategy, Risk Management, Clients and Contractors, Leadership and Teamwork. Read more
Objectives
The programme covers all the elements of world-class professional practices in project management: Methods, Planning, Control, Strategy, Risk Management, Clients and Contractors, Leadership and Teamwork.

Modules:
The Project Management Lifecycle
Project Scope and Feasibility
Procurement and Contract Management
Project Risk Management
Projects and Organisational Dynamics
Business Strategy
Business Projects
Project Financial Management
Project Management Tools and Techniques.

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Course objective. Our aim is to prepare you for a successful career in project management. We will give you an in-depth education in the basics of managing change, develop your skills and teach you how to apply creative and innovative approaches to problem-solving. Read more
Course objective
Our aim is to prepare you for a successful career in project management. We will give you an in-depth education in the basics of managing change, develop your skills and teach you how to apply creative and innovative approaches to problem-solving.

About the programme:
Project management is a key professional skill for delivering successful projects in areas such as business change, new products, new facilities, new systems and new technology. Projects are the way in which most organisations now organise and implement the constant changes required to operate in competitive and pressurised markets.

Further information available at:
http://www.smurfitschool.ie/mastersprogrammes/management/mscinprojectmanagement/

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This programme is at NQF Level 9 and it has been designed for participants who want to develop their Construction Project Management knowledge and skills at postgraduate level. Read more
This programme is at NQF Level 9 and it has been designed for participants who want to develop their Construction Project Management knowledge and skills at postgraduate level. While it is open to NQF Level 8 degree holders from construction related disciplines (e.g. Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Architecture, Architectural Technology, Construction Management), it is also open to those with either NQF Level 7 qualifications or Professional Body qualifications in addition to relevant work experience.

Applicants for this one-year full-time programme are a mix of recent graduates as well as others who are returning to higher education. Completing this programme and gaining the MSc qualification will enable the successful participants to obtain employment in the dynamic Engineering and Construction Industry (Irish and International) and generally enhance their overall career prospects.

Full-time over one year

The full-time programme is of interest to recent graduates as well as others who are returning to higher education in order to improve their skills and employment prospects. The full-time version of the MScCPM involves approximately 12 hours of class contact per week in each of the first 2 semesters (S1: September to December and S2: January to May).
These classes are typically held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The third semester (S3: May to September) is used to complete the Research Dissertation/Thesis.

Part-time over two years

The part-time programme has been designed primarily to suit those who are in employment and who wish to gain the MScCPM qualification while continuing to work. Attendance at WIT is normally required for 18 days per year in 6 x 3 day sessions (Thursday, Friday and Saturday).

There is significant use of the Institute’s online Learning Management System ‘Moodle’ on this programme.

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The. MSc in Environmental Leadership. will equip you with an advanced level of knowledge and problem-solving, management and communication skills in key areas relevant to the environment, marine and energy sectors. Read more

The MSc in Environmental Leadership will equip you with an advanced level of knowledge and problem-solving, management and communication skills in key areas relevant to the environment, marine and energy sectors.

It will provide you with a capacity and capability for environmental leadership relevant to your career trajectory.

The Environmental Leadership course sets out to equip you with the ability to contribute to regional, national and international sustainable development.

Why study this programme?

This course has a focus on cross-sector skills and competences that can be transferred from one topic/occupational area to another, so enabling national and international occupational mobility for its graduates. Cross-sector skills are of growing importance all over Europe and are considered to be relevant to occupations across several economic sectors.

The MSc in Environmental Leadership provides training in governance, management and communication, relevant to the environmental, marine and energy sectors, and will provide you with the competences to obtain employment in research, policy development or management.

Structure

The course structure is based on a 90 ECTS model, with 60 ECTS coming from taught modules, 45 credits of these are from core modules and 15 credits come from optional modules. A research project in Semester 3 accounts for the remaining 30 ECTS.

Core modules include: Natural Resource Governance, Environmental Problems & Solutions, Project Management, and Communicating Science & Research.

Optional modules include: Environment & Human Health, Marine Spatial Planning & Policy and Climate Change.

Target Audience and Potential Employment Opportunities

The target audience for this course include graduates with a degree in science, geography, engineering and the social sciences who wish to progress into managerial, advisory and decision-making roles. The course will be relevant to graduates from NUI Galway, other national or international institutions and those with relevant work experience who wish to advance further in their field.

The course will produce well-rounded, motivated, mobile and dynamic problem-solvers and leaders who can work in any area related to environment, marine and energy. The subject knowledge, transferable skills and thesis elements of the course are designed to provide you with the opportunity to carry out further research, work in the public or private sector, or create your own employment.

Graduates will acquire transversal and multidisciplinary skills in governance, communication and management, enabling them to take on roles within an industrial setting, or within a regulatory body or private consultancy firm. Careers such as project managers, consultants and advisors exist within public and private sectors in Ireland and elsewhere. In addition, the course will provide opportunities for some students to move into PhD programmes or other research roles.



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