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IT Master's Degree
Project Management

Information Technology with Project Management Specialization
Master's Specialization
AT A GLANCE
  • 36 credits
  • Transfer up to 6 credits
  • All courses are available online
  • Select on-site and hybrid courses available
TUITION
  • $329 per credit hour (Europe)
  • $329 per credit hour (Downrange)

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Advance your career by earning a master’s degree in IT with a specialization in project management at UMGC Europe.

The project management specialization allows you to gain advanced IT management skills while building expertise for project management certification. Your specialization courses include project risk management, project procurement management, and advanced project methods, while your core IT courses give you the tools you need to take on leadership roles in today's technology-based work environments.

The project management curriculum features a comprehensive project in an industry you select, so you can gain real-world experience. The curriculum covers project risk management, project procurement management, and quantitative methods in project management. You'll learn career-relevant skills you can apply immediately in the workplace.

Core Courses

Specialization Courses

  • PMAN 634 is a prerequisite to all other PMAN courses and must be taken as the first specialization course.
  • ITEC 640 (or an approved course in finance) and MGMT 650 (or an approved course in statistics) must be taken before PMAN 635.
  • PMAN 635 must be taken before PMAN 637, PMAN 639, and PMAN 650.
  • UCSP 615 must be taken within the first 6 credits of study.
  • ITEC 610 must be taken in the first term of coursework.

Program Highlights

Develop skills and gain knowledge through coursework that draws from the expertise and experience of our respected faculty.

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Additional Program Information


(3 Credits, ITEC 640) (or an approved course in finance) and
(3 Credits, MGMT 650) (or an approved course in statistics) are prerequisites to
(3 Credits, PMAN 635). If you lack a recent background in finance or accounting, it is recommended to take UCSP 620. If you lack a recent background in statistics, it is recommended to take UCSP 630. Taking UCSP 605 is recommended to help improve writing skills.

Recognition

UMGC master's degree programs with project management specializations are recognized by the Global Accreditation Center (GAC) of the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Academic Relationship

Completing this program earns you the project management education hours required to sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP) Credential Examination or the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Exam. If you are already certified as a Project Management Professional by the Project Management Institute, you may receive credit for
(3 Credits, PMAN 634) if you begin study for the master's degree within five years of earning certification. Academic advisors can provide more information.

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