2021-2022 Catalog Updates

Project Management, Master of Science

The MS in Project Management provides the skills, knowledge and insights required to manage projects and programs in a variety of business applications and industries. The courses reach beyond the core project management fundamentals that are well established and practiced today and provide focus on; differentiating between project, program, and portfolio management; aligning project and program outcomes to business strategy and goals; developing project solutions to resolve business problems and achieve business opportunities; leading domestic and global teams; applying advanced project management tools based on situational context; navigating and effectively managing a variety of stakeholders and stakeholder behaviors; and increasing professional skills to succeed and advance in the project management career field.

Program Outcomes

The Master of Science in Project Management will prepare students to:

Analyze appropriate strategic, technical, operational, and ethical principles to solve organizational challenges and meet organizational goals and objectives.

Construct and demonstrate communication practices to stakeholders.

Anticipate, plan and lead change initiatives.

Apply successful team development with leadership strategies in a global setting.

Assess, evaluate, and learn how to navigate through organizational politics and culture.

Admission Requirements

City University of Seattle's graduate admission requirements, found under Admissions in the catalog menu, apply to this program. 

 

Total Required Credits (45 Credits)

Introduction Courses (3 Credits)

PM 501Introduction to Project Management

3

Core Courses (15 Credits)

PM 504Project Planning and Control *

3

PM 507Project Financial Management *

3

PM 508Managing Risks: Project and Business

3

PM 511Measuring Project Performance for Success *

3

PM 514Project Integration *

3

Mastery Courses (27 Credits)

PM 502Project Leadership in Situational Business Context *

3

PM 540Communications and Stakeholder Management for Project Success

3

PM 505Mastering Portfolios and Programs

3

PM 506Leading Domestic and Global Teams

3

PM 509Business Fundamentals for Project Managers

3

PM 512Applying Advanced Project Management Tools and Methods *

3

PM 513Project Managers as Change Agents

3

PM 630Action Learning Project I *

3

PM 635Action Learning Project II *

3