If you’re interested in planning, organizing, managing and completing large- and small-scale projects, a Project Management degree from MSU Moorhead is an excellent choice. It’s a highly customizable and versatile degree that complements careers in business, marketing, computer science, human resources, management, manufacturing or healthcare. You’ll be well grounded in technical and managerial knowledge to provide visionary leadership and promote collaborative relationships for objective-based work.
MSUM's Project Management (PM) program has been consistently recognized as one of the top PM degrees in the United States by independent parties. The program was recently named the number 1 PM program by "Best Accredited Colleges" and a top 3 program in the United States by the magazine "Intelligent."
Receive generous transfer credit with an AA, AAS or AS degree. You’ll need just 60 credits or less to complete your Project Management degree.
Accelerated classes & flexible delivery options include online or on campus. Core program classes are 8 weeks long, allowing you to complete the degree at your pace.
Real world application helps you learn and apply professional knowledge and master the problem-solving skills that that are in high demand across all industries. The Project Management Institute says the projected growth of the project management industry from 2010-20 exceeds $6.6 trillion.
Our highly accessible faculty offer the right mix of industry and teaching experience. They will actively engage with you to ensure your success by offering non-traditional, Zoom and Skype virtual office hours to assist with homework, advising and mentoring.
You will take a globally recognized PMI certification — the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® or Project Management Professional (PMP).
MSUM’s Project Management degree is accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC). This means you’re receiving the highest quality education and training that meets rigorous global standards. A blend of business, operations and project management classes are built around the 10 knowledge areas of the PMI “Book of Knowledge.”
Project Management Student Success Stories
Clara Derby ’20 (project management and English) has always wanted to work in event management. When she was given the opportunity to do so with MSUM’s Project Management program, she took it.
The Project Management program offers a unique selection of certifications and classes that are an excellent complement to your PM degree.
MSUM’s project management program combines technical and managerial knowledge to provide visionary leadership for objective-based work. Here is just a sample of project management careers that are predicted to have job growth in the next 10 years.
What are some Common Project Management Related Careers?
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