MSc in Project Management – 12 Months (ARU)
About this course
MSc in Project Management
Our online MSc Project Management – 12 months programme recognises that each manager’s approach to management is unique and personal, and that each manager approaches the inherent challenges of leading teams and projects differently. As a result, we encourage and support you in developing your own unique approach to project management, based on sound management practises and specialised project management skills.
This MSc in Project Management – 12 months course is ideal if you are a recent graduate or professional looking to jumpstart your career or improve your current project management skills. Your studies will be conducted entirely online, allowing you to advance your career while juggling other commitments. Along with developing your own distinct management style, you’ll learn how to effectively lead and manage projects and project teams, as well as how to master a variety of specialised project management principles, systems, and techniques.
Project managers are in high demand in a wide variety of industries and organisations on a national and international scale. With this MSc in Project Management 12 months course, we’ll assist you in developing the necessary knowledge, transferable skills, and confidence to pursue these exciting career opportunities. Due to the transferability of project management skills across multiple industries, graduates of this course are highly sought after by a diverse range of organisations.
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Program Overview: MSc in Project Management - 12 months (ARU)
Key Highlights of this 12 months MSc in Project Management qualification are:
Top Skills You Will Learn
MSc in Project Management 12 months is widely seen as a passport to a successful career in the Project Management domain. It demonstrates the breadth and depth of your functional competence, strategic knowledge and problem-solving ability. The module is designed to make a major contribution to your professional and intellectual development, through enabling you to demonstrate your capacity for sustained independent thought, learning and critical reflection.
Who is this Program For?
MSc in Project Management 12 months programme is ideal for working professionals, successful managers, executives and professionals who want to take their career to a new level and Ambitious people who want to fast track their chosen career or start a new enterprise
Upon successful completion of your online MSc in Project Management degree 12 months programme, you will also become eligible to gain direct entry into relevant Doctorate or PhD degree programme. Additionally this MSc in Project Management 12 months programme offers you a wide range of career paths in the Project Management domain.
For entry onto the online MSc in Project Management 12 months qualification, learners must possess an undergraduate bachelor's degree in related subject or UK level 6 Diploma or an equivalent overseas qualification. Learner must be 18 years or older at the beginning of the course. No formal qualification is required from mature learners (over 21 years) who have a relevant management experience.
According to PMI
Employers will require nearly 88 million people in project-related roles by 2027. Project managers are in high demand around the world. Project managers continue to provide an irreplaceable human combination of leadership, specialist integration, and ethical behaviour.
What is the Entry Requirement?
For entry onto the MSc in Project Management – 12 months qualification, learners must possess:
- An Undergraduate / Bachelor’s Degree in related subject or UK Level 6 Diploma or an equivalent overseas qualification
- Learner must be 18 years or older at the beginning of the course,
- No formal qualification is required from mature learners (over 21 years) who have a relevant management experience.
The qualification is offered in English.
What is this qualification Equivalent to?
This qualifications at RQF Level 7 represent practical knowledge, skills, capabilities and competences that are assessed in academic terms as being equivalent to:
- Master’s Degrees,
- Integrated Master’s Degrees,
- Postgraduate Diplomas,
- Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) and
- Postgraduate Certificates
What is the Course Content?
Course Structure: MSc in Project Management – 12 months
The MSc in Project Management – 12 months programme consists of 2 Stages.
This stage is delivered by London School of Business and Research. The programme involves delivery through on-line Learning Management System (LMS). This stage leads to award of Othm Level 7 Diploma in Project Management.
Credits earned at this stage – 120 credits (60 ECTS).
- Planning, Controlling and Leading a Project (30 credits)
- Procurement Risk and Contract Management (30 credits)
- Advanced Project and Logistics Management (20 credits)
- Operations and Information Management for Project Managers (20 credits)
- Advanced Research Methods (20 credits)
Successful completion of Stage 1 leads to Progression to Stage 2
On completion of the diploma programme you can progress / Top-up with an MSc in Project Management degree through a UK University. The stage 2 is delivered online by the professors expert in their field.
Credits earned at this stage – 60 credits (30 ECTS).
Completion of Stage 2 leads to award of MSc in Project Management Degree from the University
Course Content for Stage 2
Project Management Systems: You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the project management process, as well as the diverse range of resources and activities that the project manager must plan, coordinate, and control in order to complete the project successfully. This module establishes a framework for project management by emphasising the role and functions of project management throughout the project’s life cycle, from conception to completion and use.
Project Management Techniques: You will gain a systematic understanding of a variety of critical tools and techniques used in project management, enabling you to conduct a critical analysis of project requirements and select and apply the most appropriate techniques for your project. With a focus on continuous improvement, lean and agile production systems will be investigated, as well as other performance improvement tools and techniques, such as risk and risk management, for identifying and managing risk throughout the project’s life cycle.
Dissertation Research Project: This module allows you to conduct significant independent research using appropriate, recognised methods. You will select and pursue an area of project management that interests you and in which you wish to gain significant expertise. You’ll collaborate with your course tutor to develop and refine the project’s theme, and your tutor will assist you throughout the research and writing process. This module provides an opportunity for you to apply your newly acquired skills and knowledge and to demonstrate them to current and prospective employers.
Is the Course Accredited?
Yes, the MSc in Project Management degree qualification is accredited and is validated and awarded by the UK Public University. Duration of the course is 12 months.
How will this qualification help me in my career?
This course will help you to Boost your Salary, Increase your Professional Reputation, and Expand your Networking Opportunities
What if I already hold a Level 7 qualification in Project Management?
What if I already have an Ofqual, UK accredited Level 7 Diploma in Project Management qualification with 120 credits
Learners who hold an Ofqual, UK accredited Level 7 Qualification in Project Management, may be eligible to enrol in the following courses:
MSc in Project Management – Top-up (60 Credits) from ARU – 9 month duration
Can the course fee be paid in instalments?
Yes, the course fee for MSc Project Management – 12 months can be paid in Instalment.
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