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Masters Degrees in Project Management, USA

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Walden’s online master’s in project management is one of a limited number of programs worldwide accredited by the Global Accreditation Center (GAC) for Project Management Education Programs of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, the world’s leading association for project management professionals. Read more

Walden’s online master’s in project management is one of a limited number of programs worldwide accredited by the Global Accreditation Center (GAC) for Project Management Education Programs of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, the world’s leading association for project management professionals.

Earning an online master’s in project management degree from Walden can provide you with the business, communication, and leadership skills needed to oversee projects and diverse teams as you help your organization achieve its strategic goals.

Earning a degree from a PMI GAC–accredited program can benefit you as a business professional by:

  • Providing you with project management training that covers the internationally recognized standards set forth in PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, which ensures that you have the skills to succeed in today’s workplace.
  • Making you more marketable to employers who recognize the value of graduates of a PMI GAC–accredited program.
  • Helping to prepare you for the certified Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam offered through PMI.*

In addition, Walden is an approved provider of project management training by PMI. As a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), the university has agreed to abide by PMI-established quality assurance criteria. Each project management course offered at Walden is worth 45 professional development units toward PMP certification.

Highlights of Walden’s MS in Project Management

Throughout the course of the program, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Engage in learning activities with faculty who are specialists in the field of project management and with peers who bring diverse experience managing projects across a wide range of public and private industries and organizations.
  • Learn the necessary skills to market yourself and your projects to gain organizational exposure.
  • Put your newfound knowledge to work on a real-world project through your capstone course. Participate in a comprehensive case study providing relevant and practical applications of project management skills taught throughout the program.
  • Benefit from courses that incorporate all six content domains of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)® Guide and align with PMI’s PMP® exam.*
  • Take courses such as Integrated Project Process Management and Budgeting and Management of Organizations, which can help you gain the essential management and technical expertise to lead a range of projects in your organization.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this online MS in Project Management program will be prepared to:

  1. Demonstrate the ability necessary to produce project management outputs in accordance with established practices for conducting projects within an organization.
  2. Develop project-based solutions to business problems and opportunities to achieve the strategic performance goals of an organization.
  3. Manage individual projects from initiation to closure that meet stakeholder requirements and achieve the objectives of the project.
  4. Synthesize the threats and opportunities of environmental factors into the creation of project- and enterprise-level risk management plans.
  5. Evaluate the social change impact on social, economic, and environmental factors that contribute to sustainability in project management.
  6. Appropriately apply professional practices for ethical and socially responsible conduct by project management practitioners.

Accelerated Path to a Doctoral Degree

When you complete Walden’s master’s in project management, you may be able to apply credits earned toward Walden’s Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree program.

Note: To be eligible to apply credit toward these doctoral programs, students must have earned a B or better in the applicable master’s courses within the last 10 years and be in good standing with the university. All transfer of credit is granted after formal review by Walden’s Office of Admissions.

Career options

With Walden’s MS in Project Management degree, you will have the opportunity to gain the skills you need to enter the field or advance your career in project management in a variety of functional areas and within a host of industries and organizations, including:

  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Information technology
  • Communication systems deployment
  • Chemicals, oil, gas, and public utilities
  • Local, state, and federal government
  • International development
  • Commercial and defense aviation
  • Financial services
  • Product and service development
  • Event planning


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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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Students in our groundbreaking. Nonprofit Management. program question traditional practices to reinvigorate social innovation organizations and initiatives. Read more

Students in our groundbreaking Nonprofit Management program question traditional practices to reinvigorate social innovation organizations and initiatives.

Develop your critical thinking skills and gain real-world management experience to pioneer innovation in the fastest-growing employment sector in the US. You’ll learn management techniques to reinvigorate nonprofits, develop new models for social entrepreneurship, and push thriving companies to be their best.

Change begins with a question. What will you ask?

Program Highlights

  • Examine theoretical and practical management approaches through the lens of social justice
  • Gain direct exposure to government organizations, start-ups, and NGOs through client projects
  • Areas of specialization include: Food and the Environment, Leadership and Change, Organization Development, Leading Sustainability, Politics Media and Advocacy, and Social Entrepreneurship


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Students in our. Organizational Change Management. graduate program question traditional consultation and intervention models to take a human-centered approach to business, balancing purpose and profitability. Read more

Students in our Organizational Change Management graduate program question traditional consultation and intervention models to take a human-centered approach to business, balancing purpose and profitability.

Design elegant, unique interventions that reinvigorate cultures, build leadership capacities, and facilitate group dynamics. Learn from a faculty of engaged organizational development professionals who are already creating change in a wide spectrum of sectors. And build a portfolio that showcases your innovative approach to change and commitment to social responsibility.

Change begins with a question. What will you ask?

Featured courses

  • Managing the Client-Consultant Relationship
  • Laboratory in Group Facilitation, Intervention, and Process
  • Organizational Change Interventions: Theory, Design, and Implementation
  • Economics for Management and Public Policy

Program Highlights

  • Learn the models and tools needed to implement planned change at all organizational levels; restructure and realign work processes; articulate vision, structure, and culture
  • Develop leadership, coaching, and team-building skills; manage diversity and difference
  • Conduct a series of supervised consulting engagements throughout the program, exposing you to real-world organizational and HR challenges while building a portfolio of work


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