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Project Management (Master of Science)

Project management brainstorm session using stickies.

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Part Time / Online and On Campus

Project managers are on the forefront of change and innovation in today’s project economy. Our Master of Science in Project Management will enhance your technical skills with the most up-to-date project management software and strategies. Earn top dollar and take on a leadership role in a wide range of industries from finance, to technology to healthcare.

Learn by Doing

Hands-on, experiential learning opportunities will give you the skills and knowledge you need to deliver a project on time, on budget and within scope. Learn the fundamental principles of project management including communication, decision making, execution, strategic development, team management, business acumen, technology and critical thinking. And develop the essential leadership, organizational and problem-solving skills in demand by over 65% of today’s top employers. Top off your experience with a capstone project, integrating what you’ve learned and the skills you’ve developed to solve real-world challenges.

Wentworth students enrolled in any undergraduate major may apply to the Project Management Master of Science. If you are taking 17 or fewer credits their senior summer, you can enroll (in one of the Project Management Master of Science courses at no additional charge.

Prior project management is required. Students who do not have any prior project management experience or coursework, must take a self-paced PMI course prior to enrolling in the fall.

Project Management in the World

According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), demand project managers is growing faster than demand for workers in other occupations. Through 2027, the project-management labor force is expected to grow by over 33 percent, creating 22 million new jobs, and over 87million professionals employed as project managers. As more and more organizations look to hire project managers, a new set of “power” skills is emerging.