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Learn to Manage Projects—From the Simple to the Complex

Available on campus and online, the Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) degree program at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) is a unique opportunity to combine a broad and industry-rooted knowledge of business and management principles with a mastery of successful project-based strategies and practices, preparing you for a range of career paths in a variety of industries.

A recent Project Management Institute study (Make Reality Global Survey 2020–2021) cited project management as one of the top-five areas business leaders would like to prioritize in 2021. Yet, a talent shortage persists. According to the PMI 2021 Talent Gap Report, the global economy will need 25 million new project professionals by 2030, filling about 2.3 million job openings per year. To counteract this shortage, we need to ensure that the project management workforce has the skills necessary to navigate a rapidly evolving profession.

As reflected in the seventh edition of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), the global standards of project management are changing radically across industry, including a shift from processes toward principles and best practices for carrying out projects successfully. That means less emphasis on predictive plan-based methodology and more focus on leadership and agile methodologies that can result in faster delivery time and higher success due to collaboration and the ability to respond to market trends.

To meet these changing needs—including corresponding adjustments to professional certification exams—the Project Management master’s provides a strong foundational core in project management technical knowledge, leadership principles, and awareness of the context of projects in the business environment. Along with developing the technical expertise to manage projects in accordance with professional standards, you will be able to demonstrate ethical and culturally aware stakeholder engagement, communication, leadership, and teamwork. Additionally, the program will ensure that you possess the strategic awareness to make informed decisions and deliver a sustained competitive advantage.

The MS in Project Management curriculum enables you to choose required courses and electives that match your personal academic and career interests. You also have the option of pursuing a more specialized approach by selecting an optional degree concentration:

With its detailed and tool-based examination of a project’s conception, planning, budgeting, resource allocation, and implementation, BU MET’s Project Management program is beneficial to those with a broad range of professional responsibilities—from working on complex projects for global companies to designing IT infrastructure to completing consulting contracts. The group-oriented approach we take is closely aligned with how real-world projects are successfully completed.

Program at a Glance

  • Top 10 Online Program
  • Online and On Campus
  • Part-Time or Full-Time Study
  • 40 Credits
  • 12–20 Months to Completion
  • 9 Core Faculty
  • No GRE/GMAT
  • Tuition & Fees Range—Part-Time Study*: $36,760–$38,500

*Based on 2022–2023 Boston University tuition and fees. Merit scholarship may reduce cost.

Advance Your Career with a Master’s in Project Management

Increasingly, all work is becoming project work. BU MET’s MS in Project Management will prepare you to manage complex projects, facilitate communication between the project team and clients, and balance competing demands among scope, time, cost, and quality—providing the tools to achieve success at the highest levels of management. Coursework covers mega-projects, project and program portfolios, agile principles, project and program governance, project planning and control, project management life cycle, methodologies of effective leadership and motivation, cost and risk management, management of project quality and procurement, earned value analysis, and communication.

Importantly, our program recognizes that to achieve project success, leadership competencies—at the strategic level—are, increasingly, the largest single differentiator. Along with teaching the mechanics for managing a project technically, we provide you with the capability to inspire, influence, negotiate, and communicate with appropriate authority.

Supplementary lecture modules and pedagogical laboratories in the areas of project, program, and portfolio management provide an unparalleled opportunity to master the tools and techniques of project management practice. Completion of the MSPM ensures that you have the knowledge to succeed on the Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Certified Associate in Project Management Certification (CAPM™) exams offered by the Project Management Institute, as well as tests leading to a Scrum Master designation.

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“The coursework in the Project Management master’s degree program was not just challenging, it was extremely interesting. I really wanted to take the opportunity to make class assignments as pertinent to my real job as possible, so I was intrigued by learning how to look at what I do on a daily basis through a more analytical lens, to see how I was applying (or not applying) best practices in my work and trying to figure out how to do my work better based on what I was learning.”Anne Marie Kelly (MET’18), Program Director, Information Services & Technology, Boston University

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Use the Career Insights tool to explore jobs that are the right fit for you. Filter by career area and job title or by industry sector to explore employment demand and average salaries. Select “Learn More” for a downloadable career report, or “Explore Other Options” to find the BU MET degree or certificate program that will prepare you for the job you want.

Why BU’s Project Management Degree is Ranked in the Top 10

  • Accreditation: The master’s degree in Project Management at BU MET is accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).
  • PMI® Exam Prep: BU MET’s optional, complimentary Project Management Professional (PMP®) and PMI-ACP® exam preparation courses are ideal for those who seek to pursue PMP® certification. Those who already hold PMI® certifications can earn up to 45 PDUs per course. The MSPM curriculum also prepares you for success on the exams leading to the Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM®) designation. By earning a Project Management master’s from BU MET, you can waive one of the three years of experience required for PMI’s certification programs.
  • Active Learning Environment: BU MET’s Project Management program focuses on practical, hands-on education, combining graduate-level theory with the core competencies and skills that underlie the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification—education you can apply on the job.
  • Engaged Faculty: In BU MET’s Project Management master’s program, you benefit from working closely with highly qualified faculty who draw from active research and substantial professional achievements in areas such as mega-projects, earned-value analysis, improvisation, risk management, project governance, cost estimation, enterprise architecture, IT projects, and agile project management.
  • Complimentary Project Management Labs: Two self-paced laboratories offer access to advanced tools and provide opportunities to hone project management skills and technological proficiency using case studies.
  • Capstone Course: Benefit from a hands-on, experiential research project under the guidance of faculty and industry mentors.
  • OPT Designated: Eligible graduates on student visas have access to an Optional Practical Training (OPT) of 12 months.
  • Extensive Network: Study principles of project management alongside peers with solid business experience, learn from faculty who have valuable business contacts, and benefit from an alumni community with strong professional connections.
  • Project Management Student Club: Advance your practical knowledge of project management in fun and interesting ways with opportunities for individual leadership and group development through activities and real projects. Check out these videos to see what other students have done.
  • 15:1 Class Ratio: Enjoy an exceptional student-to-instructor ratio, ensuring close interaction with faculty and access to support.
  • Valuable Resources: Make use of Boston University’s extensive resources, including the Center for Career Development, Educational Resource Center, , IT Help Centers, Mugar Memorial Library, Center for Antiracist Research, Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, George Sherman Union, , and many others.
  • Flexible Options: Study at the pace that works for you, evenings on campus or fully online. Courses begin fall, spring, and summer; online courses have two starts per term.
  • Track Record: Learn from the best—since 2014, BU MET’s part-time master’s programs in business and management have been ranked among the top in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Merit Scholarships: All applicants are automatically considered, and admitted students are nominated based on eligibility.

Master the Tools to Manage Projects

Offered through BU MET’s Department of Administrative Sciences, the MS in Project Management (MSPM) attracts high-achieving candidates from all over the world, representing major project-driven industries such as financial services, manufacturing, construction, information technology, business, life sciences, and healthcare. The mission of the Project Management master’s degree program, which includes a concentration in , is to combine contemporary research and established practice to instill in our diverse student population the personal and intellectual skills needed to excel in changing, globally ambiguous, culturally diverse, and uncertain environments. Our goal is to produce critical thinkers and innovative leaders with the skills, knowledge, and agility to excel in the realm of project, program, and portfolio management.

Graduates of the MSPM are prepared to move forward in a wide variety of project management-related careers. Program alumni have been hired at organizations such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, State Street, Fidelity, Putnam, Exxon Mobil, Aramco, UnitedHealth Group, McKesson, CVS Health, Sony, Hitachi, Sprint, National Grid, Deloitte, Ernst & Young (EY), KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Genzyme, Biogen, Pfizer, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Vertex, Philips, Siemens, Huawei, Verizon, Comcast, Nokia, National Grid, and other major employers within the consulting, financial, construction, life sciences, pharmaceutical, and educational sectors.

Graduate with Project Management Expertise

Metropolitan College’s Project Management master’s degree will equip you with the ability to:

  • Construct a project plan and demonstrate knowledge of key subsidiary plans such as scope, schedule, cost, quality, communications, resources, and procurement; and demonstrate proficiency in developing an agile or plan-based project management life cycle for projects relevant to their professional domain.
  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge of project delivery principles—such as value, stewardship, team, stakeholders, risk management, communications, and leadership. Students will build and enhance team capability after assessing personal strengths and weaknesses and develop skills to manage a team and lead others.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of strategic planning, portfolio and program management, project analytics, and governance applicable to large projects and programs. Apply key drivers for project success—such as value delivery systems, change management, complexity management, investing in actively engaged sponsors, and social responsibility and ethics.

Access to Self-Paced Project Management Laboratories

As a student in BU MET’s Project Management program, you have free access to hands-on, noncredit preparatory laboratories offered through the Department of Administrative Sciences. Our self-paced laboratories (SPLs) are organized in two levels:

  • Project Management Essentials (PM 100) provides a foundation in basic project management concepts aligned with the latest project management standard—the PMBOK® Guide, 7th edition—using a threaded, Boston-flavored, sustainability-oriented example case study. The lab introduces Microsoft Project Professional, as well as key Microsoft Excel add-ins for later use in project, program, and/or portfolio management.
  • Introduction to Project, Program, and Portfolio Management (PM 200) is an opportunity to master Microsoft PPM and make further progress in your journey as you transition from projects to programs and portfolios.

Certificate-to-Degree Pathway

BU MET graduate certificate programs can serve as building blocks to a master’s degree. The Graduate Certificate in Project Management and the share specific courses with the master’s in Project Management program, giving you the option to take one or two certificates on your path to a master’s degree. To be eligible for the degree, you must apply for admission and be accepted into the degree program. Consult with a graduate admissions advisor to learn more about this option.

Advisory Board

At BU MET, we recognize the importance of maintaining advisory boards that will provide an important link between industry, students, and faculty with the goal of improving the quality and relevance of our programs. The main goal of the Project Management Advisory Board is to establish a link between industry and BU MET students and faculty. Our advisory board is composed of a diverse mix of practitioners who currently represent a cross-section of the industry.

A total of 40 credits is required.

All students must satisfy the degree core courses, specialization requirements, and electives as indicated. Degree requirements may vary for those students transferring credits from previous coursework at Boston University or receiving course waivers due to professional designations.

With appropriate advanced planning, you can use degree electives from your Master of Science in Project Management to satisfy up to two required courses in an Administrative Sciences graduate certificate program—leaving only two additional courses to be completed in order to receive a graduate-level certificate.

Degree Core Courses

(Four courses/16 credits)

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Specialization Courses

(Four courses/16 credits)
With the advice of the department coordinator, students who are not choosing the concentration in must select four courses from the following list. Other graduate-level courses may be selected upon approval of the department coordinator.

Choose four from the following:

Elective Courses

(Two courses/8 credits)

Select two additional Administrative Sciences graduate-level courses (8 credits) with advisor’s approval. Graduate-level courses may also be selected from other Metropolitan College departments or other Boston University schools and colleges, with an advisor’s approval.

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Project Management Faculty

  • Vijay KanabarAssociate Professor, Computer Science and Administrative SciencesDirector, Project Management
  • Virginia GreimanAssistant Professor, Administrative Sciences
  • Richard MaltzmanMaster Lecturer, Administrative Sciences

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FAQs

What can I do with an MSc in project management? ›

Project managers can work in many industries, including software development, marketing, construction, consulting, energy, healthcare, information technology, and more. This diversity allows you to choose the industry that best fits your interests and goals so that you can build your ideal career.

Is MSc in project management useful? ›

Instead, a master's degree in project management can be the key to advancing your career, as it focuses on building the critical project management skills you need to thrive in this industry. These skills can include developing cultural awareness, managing interpersonal conflict, and leading remote teams, among others.

What is the meaning of MSc project management? ›

The MSc Project Management is a specialist course designed for graduates who are passionate about developing a critical understanding and understanding of the key aspects of project management. Students will gain a deep intellectual appreciation of the theoretical foundations of project and business management.

Is there an MS in project management? ›

The MS in Project Management affords students the opportunity to build technical, strategic, and managerial skills. Earning a graduate degree in project management can prepare you for a leadership role in a broad array of emerging fields.

Who is eligible for MS in project management? ›

Minimum of 16 years of education in a relevant field: Business Administration, Computer Science, IT, Economics, Engineering, Natural Sciences, Public Administration and policy, and Development Studies, with a 2.5/4.0 CGPA (or 60% marks in annual system) and excellent English communication skills.

Which degree is best for project management? ›

Business: With a business degree, you'll have a good grasp of accounting and finance principles, and how businesses work. This will come in handy when you're a project manager that needs to keep business priorities in mind while you shepherd a project to completion.

Is project management worth doing? ›

Yes, project management is definitely a good career with high salaries and plenty of variety at work, but it's also a demanding job that can be highly stressful at times.

How long does it take to get a master's degree in project management? ›

Full-time master's in project management programs usually take 1-2 years to complete. However, students who possess transfer credit or choose an accelerated program can earn their degree in just 12 months or less. Some programs also have a part-time option where most degree-seekers can graduate in three years.

Is a PhD in project management worth it? ›

Is a Doctorate in Project Management Worth It? Yes, a PhD in Project Management is worth it for many students. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, management jobs are set to grow at 5% over the next 10 years, faster than the average for all occupations.

Does project management require math? ›

Scope of Project Management

Like many jobs, project management requires a person to have a variety of skills to be successful. In addition to keen organizational skills, project managers should also be effective problem solvers, have above-average math skills and be clear communicators.

Is Master of project management a master of science? ›

To qualify for the award of Master of Science (Project Management), students must complete 300 credit points: Professional stream successful completion of 11 subjects (including a double credit subject and an elective). Research stream successful completion of 11 subjects (including a double credit subject).

Why did you choose to study project management? ›

A degree in project management will provide you with the skills you will need to excel in a variety of different types of jobs and careers. Analyzing systems, assessing cost-benefit analyses, and problem-solving are just some of the processes you'll put to use with a project management degree.

Is MS in project management a STEM degree? ›

Overview Masters In Project Management In USA

The project management course in the country is STEM-designated. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Management. Such programs offer interdisciplinary lessons and studies to the students and also focus on practical training.

Which country is best for MS in project management? ›

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CountrySchool / Program
France1. Master Projet - Innovation - Conception (PIC) HEC / X - Ecole Polytechnique / TELECOM Paris
Netherlands2. Msc Management of Innovation Rotterdam School of Management
Ireland3. Diploma in Project Management Trinity College Dublin - School of Engineering
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Is project management a STEM degree? ›

Program Description

The Master of Science in Project Management is an interdisciplinary and applied program which provides STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education to project management professionals from all disciplines.

Is project management under computer science? ›

In the current state of the IT sector, project managers usually have computer science or management information systems degrees. The type of degree a manager has depends on the company he or she works for and the type of product or service the company offers.

What are the courses of project management? ›

The content and instruction of a project management course will vary based on experience level, but all courses are guaranteed to focus on:
  • Planning and defining scope.
  • Budgeting.
  • Time management.
  • Organizational skills and tips.
  • Communication.
  • Leadership skills.
  • Risk management and contingency planning.

Is project management a science course? ›

Project Management is a Science

For calculating estimated time and budget, the project managers uses the concept of “Earned Value Management”, which contains mathematical calculations. Also to calculate the probability and impact of risk some formulae are applied.

How stressful is project management? ›

Are you a stressed project manager? Not surprisingly, project management can be incredibly stressful. We're responsible for delivery on time, on budget and scope but often have to deal with limited or poorly equipped resources, unrealistic client expectations and a to-do list that could easily reach the moon and back.

Is project management only for engineers? ›

However, it is possible for a person to successfully manage an engineering project without an engineering background. The key is to have a project management background and to have engineering subject matter experts on your team.

Do you need a degree to get a PMP? ›

The prerequisites for the PMP certification exam are as follows: A secondary degree (high school diploma, associate's degree or the global equivalent) 7,500 hours leading and directing projects. 35 hours of project management education.

Why I quit being a project manager? ›

The reasons to go. In my experience, people leave project management for these reasons: The work is too stressful with zero work/life balance (we now call this work/life integration) The team, senior management or executive level are disorganized with poor communication skills and that makes it hard to get anything ...

Is PMP still in demand 2022? ›

Is PMP still in demand? Yes, PMP is highly sought after across industries. Wherever there are projects, there is a need for qualified and skilled project management professionals.

Are project managers paid well? ›

10 States Where Project Managers Earn the Most Money in 2022

The national average annual wage of a project manager specialist is $98,420, according to the BLS, a full $40,000 more than the average annual salary for all occupations, $58,260.

Which is better PMP or masters in project management? ›

A PMP is superior to a Masters in Project Management. A PMP represents at least 7,500 hours of actual experience leading and directing projects, as well as an objectively assessed degree of theoretical knowledge. In contrast, a Masters in Project Management is almost purely theoretical knowledge.

Is it hard to study project management? ›

Project management is not necessarily hard to learn, but some of the soft skills required are very difficult for some people to master.

Do project managers need an MBA? ›

In order to progress to a more executive level, project managers may require the business knowledge and training obtained from an MBA. “[An MBA] provides a project manager with additional opportunities for advancement, such as managing larger or more complex projects,” Brennan adds.

How long is a PhD in project management? ›

D. programs in project management require around 60 credits and take full-time students two to three years to complete.

Does PhD count as PMP experience? ›

How to qualify for PMP Certification? Just having a PhD will not qualify you for a PMP certification. You will need to check if you satisfy one of the requirements by quantifying the number of hours you have devoted to your PhD and/or postdoc project management experience.

How long does it take to get a PhD in project management? ›

It takes two to five years to get a PhD in Project Management. Generally, students will need to complete 60 credits, a dissertation, and a thesis to graduate from the program. Due to the level of research and specific study topics, the time it takes to complete the program can vary greatly.

Are project managers in demand? ›

Project management jobs are quickly becoming a way for people with non-technical backgrounds to earn lucrative tech paychecks. Project managers have to be generalists with a knack for good communication, organization, critical thinking and being resourceful — skills that translate well across any number of industries.

Where can I go from project management? ›

Once you have reached a senior project management role there are several options for further career progression: Management consultant. Programme manager. Portfolio manager.
...
The early career roles
  • Project assistant.
  • Project co-ordinator.
  • Project management support.
23 Mar 2016

How do I become a project manager with no experience? ›

How to get a project management job with no experience
  1. Showcase foundational skills. ...
  2. Sign up with a mentor. ...
  3. Get certified. ...
  4. Find training opportunities. ...
  5. Earn your bachelor's degree. ...
  6. Explore project coordinator positions.

What is an MPM degree? ›

The Master of Science in Project Management (M.S.P.M.), also known as Master in Project Management (M.P.M.) is a professional advanced degree in project management.

What is MPM designation? ›

An MPM® designation is the highest level a member can attain within NARPM®. The distinction will set you apart from the competition and is the gateway for your business to become a Certified Residential Management Company (CRMC®).

Will project management work in all companies? ›

Project management can certainly work in all companies considering we already mentioned a wide range of organizations where assistance from project managers is needed. Highly organized people capable of multitasking can thrive in their project management careers and most certainly work in various industries.

What is the career path of a project manager? ›

An aspiring project manager might build experience in an industry before stepping into this role, then go on to become a senior project manager, director, or even vice president or other executive.

What are the advantages of being a project manager? ›

Perks of being a project manager
  • Project variety. There is never a dull moment in project management. ...
  • Meeting new people. Project managers usually always seem to be great people persons. ...
  • Travel opportunities. ...
  • You are always learning. ...
  • Well organised. ...
  • You can change industries. ...
  • High salaries. ...
  • Job satisfaction.
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What is scope of MSc project management in UK? ›

Post-graduates of the course can pursue careers in manufacturing and service sectors, supply chain management, purchasing, and logistics. MSc Project Management with placement in UK empowers students to achieve their potential and provides them with career support for a maximum of one year.

Where can I go from project management? ›

Once you have reached a senior project management role there are several options for further career progression: Management consultant. Programme manager. Portfolio manager.
...
The early career roles
  • Project assistant.
  • Project co-ordinator.
  • Project management support.
23 Mar 2016

Is a PhD in project management worth it? ›

Is a Doctorate in Project Management Worth It? Yes, a PhD in Project Management is worth it for many students. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, management jobs are set to grow at 5% over the next 10 years, faster than the average for all occupations.

How long does it take to get a master's degree in project management? ›

Full-time master's in project management programs usually take 1-2 years to complete. However, students who possess transfer credit or choose an accelerated program can earn their degree in just 12 months or less. Some programs also have a part-time option where most degree-seekers can graduate in three years.

Does project management require math? ›

Scope of Project Management

Like many jobs, project management requires a person to have a variety of skills to be successful. In addition to keen organizational skills, project managers should also be effective problem solvers, have above-average math skills and be clear communicators.

Is project management a good career in UK? ›

Hence, in the coming years, project management would make one of the most desired careers. Considering the UK specifically, there is immense potential for growth in the infrastructure industry, which stands to be the No. 1 industry to require project management-related jobs.

Is project management good in UK? ›

Moreover, UK is a great country which offers high quality education in project management courses. There are more than 35 universities offering project management in UK. Some other reasons to choose project management courses UK are: Better Job Opportunities.

Why I quit being a project manager? ›

The reasons to go. In my experience, people leave project management for these reasons: The work is too stressful with zero work/life balance (we now call this work/life integration) The team, senior management or executive level are disorganized with poor communication skills and that makes it hard to get anything ...

What is higher than a project manager? ›

The director of project management is often the highest-ranking employee in a company's project management operation. The director of program management oversees the company's big-picture planning, including all projects executed by the company.

How stressful is project management? ›

Are you a stressed project manager? Not surprisingly, project management can be incredibly stressful. We're responsible for delivery on time, on budget and scope but often have to deal with limited or poorly equipped resources, unrealistic client expectations and a to-do list that could easily reach the moon and back.

How long is a PhD in project management? ›

D. programs in project management require around 60 credits and take full-time students two to three years to complete.

Does PhD count as PMP experience? ›

How to qualify for PMP Certification? Just having a PhD will not qualify you for a PMP certification. You will need to check if you satisfy one of the requirements by quantifying the number of hours you have devoted to your PhD and/or postdoc project management experience.

How long does it take to get a PhD in project management? ›

It takes two to five years to get a PhD in Project Management. Generally, students will need to complete 60 credits, a dissertation, and a thesis to graduate from the program. Due to the level of research and specific study topics, the time it takes to complete the program can vary greatly.

Which is better PMP or masters in project management? ›

A PMP is superior to a Masters in Project Management. A PMP represents at least 7,500 hours of actual experience leading and directing projects, as well as an objectively assessed degree of theoretical knowledge. In contrast, a Masters in Project Management is almost purely theoretical knowledge.

Is it hard to study project management? ›

Project management is not necessarily hard to learn, but some of the soft skills required are very difficult for some people to master.

Do project managers need an MBA? ›

In order to progress to a more executive level, project managers may require the business knowledge and training obtained from an MBA. “[An MBA] provides a project manager with additional opportunities for advancement, such as managing larger or more complex projects,” Brennan adds.

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