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West Chester University Masters Degrees in Project Management

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The project management certificate consists of the following six M.B.A. courses. MBA 601 Strategic Cost Management. MBA 603 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management. Read more
The project management certificate consists of the following six M.B.A. courses:

• MBA 601 Strategic Cost Management
• MBA 603 Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
• MBA 604 Components of Effective Leadership
• MBA 616 Applications of Project Management
• MBA 618 Project Quality Management

To find out more information about these modules please visit the website:

http://catalog.wcupa.edu/graduate/business-public-management/business-administration/#coursestext

Students who successfully complete the graduate business certificate may apply to the M.B.A. program; however, these applicants must still meet the requirements for admission to the M.B.A. Grades from courses in the graduate business certificate may be used to assess students’ previous GPA as part of the M.B.A. admission evaluation.

100% Online Courses

The entire MBA and the Certificate programs are offered online. Each of our programs are open both to in-state and out-of-state students. Our online courses are offered over seven weeks. Five terms are offered in each academic year (Fall 1, Fall 2, Spring 1, Spring 2, and Summer). Each seven-week term course is a full three-credit graduate course. Most part-time students take only one course per seven-week term. Full-time students take multiple courses per seven-week term. You can vary your load in a given session to suit your work/life balance.

Our online courses are asynchronous, which means that there are weekly deadlines and examination windows, but generally no other set time that you need to log into the course. This means that you can complete your classwork on your weekly schedule--around your work and family commitments. In some cases, professors may assign students into teams, and teams may need to coordinate their work and therefore be available at a certain time.

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