Multiple intakes: six-week
* Flexible teaching timetable based on consecutive six (6) week teaching periods. full-time students typically take 2 units, and part-time students typically take 1 unit, per teaching period. This enables part-time students to progress at the pace they desire, and full-time students to complete the course quickly.
Designed to meet the needs of potential managers, this course will enable you to take on the role of an effective project manager. By incorporating authentic, work-based scenarios and projects as well as opportunities for research this course ensures relevance for those concurrently employed and wanting to broaden their professional expertise or others wanting to pursue higher level, applied scholarship.
You could gain employment managing projects in private business or public sector companies.
Traditionally found in construction, project management has become recognised in the past 30 years as critical to business operations. It has expanded to include almost every industry. It is also now recognised as requiring significant training and qualifications.
The Master of Project Management is a sixteen (16) unit, 192 credit point course with the following structure:
Applicants with an AQF7, or equivalent, undergraduate degree in a cognate discipline (e.g. Construction Management, Business Management, Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain Management or a similar field of management) may be entitled to Credit Exemption for the non-cognate units in the master course. Non-Cognate Units
Entry into this master’s degree requires you to have completed:
You must provide evidence that you have completed an approved bachelor degree taught and examined in English; or have completed an approved English language test, and achieved the result as described below:
|English language examination method||Result|
|IELTS academic test: an overall score||6.5 (no band below 6.0)|
|TOEFL internet-based test (TOEFL iBT)||79 (overall score) (section score no less than Listening 19, Speaking 19, Reading 18, Writing 22)|
|Pearson Test of English (PTE)||Overall score (with no section score less than): 58 – 64 (50)|
|University of Cambridge - Advanced (CAE)||Total score of 58|
If you have completed a qualification in which English was the primary language of instruction, you may be eligible for an English language exemption. Your eligibility will be assessed when we receive your complete application.