Master of Project Management
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Ensure that you’re prepared for the complex nature of project management in the real world.
Lead from conception to completion
Gain the tools to confidently spearhead projects and inspire teams. The Master of Project Management will equip you with practical skills that will allow you to think creatively, build and sustain productive stakeholder relationships, and mitigate risks to deliver successful outcomes.
This innovative and industry-aligned expert master’s degree will set you up to establish or advance your project management career in almost any industry. Meet the demand for skilled project managers and leaders head-on with specialist expertise and a professional portfolio development built into your degree.
What you will learn
Explore various project management methodologies, ensuring you have an adaptable toolkit.
- Project leadership
Understand the role of effective project leadership, managing resources and changing expectations within team environments.
Discover ways to generate innovation in the project management process.
This course is structured in three parts: Part A. Project management essentials knowledge, Part B. Project management advanced theory and practice, and Part C. Project management application studies. All students complete Part C. Depending upon prior qualifications, you may receive credit for Part A or Part B, or both.
Note: If you are eligible for credit for prior studies, you may elect not to receive the credit.
Part A. Project management essentials knowledge: 4 units (24 credit points)
Part B. Project management advanced theory and practice: 4 units (24 credit points)
In these units you will develop specialist expertise in organising the projects function to deliver value through your ability to manage complex projects and knowledge.
Part C. Project Management application studies: 4 units (24 credit points)
Entry level 1: 72 credit points to complete
Duration: 2 years part-time
An Australian bachelor’s degree in a cognate discipline or an equivalent qualification with a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 60 or an equivalent Grade Point Average as determined by the Monash Business School.
Entry level 2: 48 credit points to complete
Duration: 1.4 years part-time
Applicants must meet the requirements for admission at entry level 1 and have completed an Australian graduate certificate in project management.
Entry level 3: 24 credit points to complete
Duration: 0.7 years part-time
Applicants must meet the requirements for admission at entry level 1 and have completed a Monash University Graduate Diploma in Project Management.
Applicants must meet the English language requirements.
University entrance requirements
Minimum entrance requirements apply for admission to Monash University Australia.
For the Master of Project Management, the estimated cost is $3775.00 per unit. You may be eligible to receive a FEE-HELP loan to cover part or all of your tuition. Fees are subject to change annually.
We offer over 360 types of scholarships, valued at up to $280,000. Some scholarships offer one-off payments while others continue for the length of your course. Learn more about Monash Scholarships.
Project management online at Monash
The 100 per cent online Master of Project Management is designed by an interdisciplinary team of Monash academics and informed by an Industry Advisory Council, resulting in an industry-aligned degree that delivers skills directly applicable to the workplace.
The curriculum integrates key knowledge areas into each unit of the course, where you will apply them to projects and case studies. The structure of this expert master’s degree will see you learn critical analysis, management and leadership skills, and innovative practices to successfully deliver complex projects. You’ll emerge with a future-proofed graduate qualification, having completed studies focused on professional development and industry projects you can add to your portfolio of work.
Meet your academic team
Associate Professor Chivonne Algeo
Chivonne Algeo has more than 20 years’ experience delivering projects for major financial, insurance and health organisations. She leads the development and delivery of courses for students to advance their capability for managing projects. Her award-winning research has been published internationally.
Associate Professor Jonathan Matheny
Jonathan Matheny is the Director of Program Development for Leadership and Executive Education. He leads the development of new programs and teaches personal development, leadership and organisational change. He has led academic programs and lectures across North America, Europe and Asia.
Mark Lowy has over 25 years’ experience in project management. He has worked in a variety of industries, including banking, education, government and health. He holds a Master of Business Administration, Master of Project Management and a Diploma of Education.
Monash has propelled my career to new heights I never thought possible.
Monash Online student
A project management qualification will help you advance your career in almost any industry. With a diverse skill set at your disposal, you will be able to find work in fields that include:
- information technology and communication
- management and professional services
- construction and engineering
- financial services
- health care.
Studying online, the Monash way
Courses designed for online
Gain a world-class education, delivered through a dynamic virtual classroom and taught by leading academics.
Support seven days a week
You’ll have ongoing access to dedicated support services that have been specifically designed for your discipline.
Equipped for career success
You’ll graduate as an in-demand employee, ready to take the next step in your career.
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