What will I learn?
Expand your job opportunities by studying the Master of Project Management. You'll gain a diverse and in-demand project management skill set, making you job-ready for a challenging and rewarding career.
You will learn advanced project management principles and techniques specifically aimed at current and future project managers.
Our lecturers are experienced project managers. They will teach you the latest project management methods, trending across the various industries.
You can focus on one of these project management sectors:
health services sector
VU is known for our strong industry connections. Our work-based scenarios give you opportunities for specialised research, and valuable professional experience.
Traditionally found only in construction, project management has now become recognised as a critical part of business operations. It has expanded to include almost every industry and requires significant training and qualifications.
After graduating from the Master of Project Management, you could find work managing projects in private business or the public sector. You may choose to focus your project management career within the fields of:
engineering construction business health services public sector science information technology administration.
Our graduates have found work in companies such as:
Grocon Leighton Contractors Woodburne Consulting Savills Project Management Major Projects Victoria project-management consulting firms.
To attain the Master of Project Management, students will be required to complete 192 credit points (equivalent to 16 units), consisting of:
60 credit points (equivalent to 5 units) of Core studies;
48 credit points (equivalent to 4 units) of Non-Cognate studies;
24 credit points (equivalent to 1 unit or 2 units part-time) of Research studies;
60 credit points (equivalent to 5 units) of Project Management elective studies.
Which department am I in? College of Engineering and Science
Students must have Bachelor/Honours degree: Successful completion of a cognate (similar discipline) Bachelor/Honours Degree; or Successful completion of a non-cognate (any discipline) Bachelor/Honours Degree and a Graduate Certificate in a cognate (similar discipline) field. English language requirements: International English Language Testing System or its equivalent - overall score of 6.5 and no individual band score less than 6.
Student must have a Bachelor/Honours degree.
English Language Requirements: Students will need to provide evidence that you have achieved one of the following levels of English language proficiency: IELTS (academic module): Overall score of 6.5 (no band less than 6.0); TOEFL Internet: Test score of 79. Section score no less than: Listening: 19, Speaking: 19, Reading: 18, Writing: 22; Pearson Test of English (PTE): Overall score of 58-64 (with no section score less than 50); University of Cambridge - Advanced (CAE): Total score of 58; VU English - English for Academic Purposes (EAP) (Level 6): Achieved; English Language School in Sydney (ELSIS) - EAP 2 (advanced): A grade.
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US$53,692.00 per year
26 February 2018, 23 July 2018
Footscray Park campus Ballarat Road, FOOTSCRAY, Victoria, 3011, MELBOURNE, Australia