There is no doubt that project management is one of the most in-demand disciplines in the world at all times, and as that world is constantly changing, so this course has been designed to provide you with a set of tested skills for planning, delegating, monitoring and controlling projects in a traditional and agile manner.

The curriculum is guided by APM’s five professional dimensions and PMI’s Talent Triangle®, which are widely accepted as best practice in the project management field. It will give you the knowledge and tools to help implement change strategies, in a responsible and sustainable manner, in order to influence progress within a company or organization. You will also learn the governance framework for project management and how to deal with associated risks – with the opportunity to earn PMI® certification at no additional cost.

The teaching team, which combines academic and professional training skills, will teach you and introduce you to project management practices, trends and recent issues.

All units are taught by experienced lecturers who hold a PhD and have spent many years working in various companies.

Course Aims

This Online Master program will enable you to:

  • Conduct professional competency building activities
  • Acquire a global orientation
  • Develop real life problem solving abilities
  • Provide practical orientation to management theory
  • Get a holistic and strategic understanding of business
  • Implement innovative and creative thinking
  • See entrepreneurship in action
  • Acquire a collaborative mindset

Course Card information

  • course code:PM-M/11
  • Name and level of final award :Master Project Management
  • Awarding body/institution :BARVQ
  • Status of awarding body/institution :Recognized Body
  • Location of delivery :Brussels – Belgium
  • Language of delivery and assessment :English
  • Duration :12 months full-time
  • QAA subject benchmarking group(s) :Business and Management

    • This course is compound of six modules plus Individual project. ,you need Completion of master  Study with :
    • Core Project Management Specialization course (5)
    • Elective course (1)
    • Individual project (1.)

    §  Minimum Degree Requirements

    • To be eligible for the master, students have to take and pass six of the taught modules in addition Individual project assessment.
    • There are core and option modules available as part of the course and their credit value.

    Full-time Postgraduate students’ study 60 credits per year, plus 30 credits for Individual project

  • Master Project Management
  • All taught core modules plus the project module plus one option/elective module
  • Demonstrate a critical awareness of current project, programme and portfolio issues and developments;
  • Evaluate the viability of a new project and its alignment to the strategic capability of the commissioning organization;
  • Critically apply general project management skills to assess, direct, manage and deliver a project;
  • Demonstrate creativity and innovative thinking in the assessing, managing, delegating, monitoring and controlling activities associated with project, risk, quality and change management;
  • Critically evaluate their own work and the work of others in relation to project management reports and records;
  • Demonstrate a profound competence in undertaking, successfully completing and evaluating a significant project.
  • You should normally have undergraduate degree (at least a 2:2) with honours in any business-related subject, or an equivalent international qualification. Equivalent professional qualifications will also be considered for entry.
  • If you do not have the above-required academic or professional qualifications but do have significant management experience and a substantial record of achievement, then we will also consider your application.

100% online via Online Campus (an interactive online learning environment) with intensive class discussion and collaboration

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