With work environments around the world becoming more remote, globalized, and less constrained to typical office space, managing a project’s resources has become an even more complicated endeavor. It’s becoming less and less common for an entire team to be in-house for the duration of the project, meaning that those responsible for directing progress and coordinating deliverables have to do so through new communication tools, sometimes across multiple time zones.
Earning an online MBA in project management can help you acquire specialized skills to manage the modern workplace. The courses offered through this concentration provide a thorough examination of the logistical challenge of project organization across a wide variety of settings. The online MBA also presents advanced insight into managing risk and technological resources to ensure the best possible results on the most efficient timeline and budget possible. Beyond that, students can choose to develop a firm grasp of techniques they can employ to assess the quality of an ongoing project.
Online MBA graduates earning this concentration can study:
- Project, matrix, and mixed-matrix organization structures
- Project control
- Managing outsourced projects
- Qualitative and quantitative project assessment
- Resource planning
…and many other practical topics.
Students can choose 3 of the courses below to earn the online master’s in project management:
- HRM6133 – Managing the Project Organization
- MGT6153 – Project Management
- MIS6253 – Managing Outsourced Projects
- MGT6223 – Project Risk and Project Quality Management
- MGT6213 – Directed Study/Project Management
- EME 6713 – Technology Management
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