Master of Management and Science Course Description 

The Master of Management and Science program is designed to provide advance knowledge, skills and practical assimilation of the knowledge needed to be successful managers and leaders in the business and Science Communities. The research skills and knowledge acquired through the program allow students to be prepared for the challenges and competition associated with the business and science industries. The research work and practice acquired by the students prepared them to be well grounded and rounded for their profession and to get up to date knowledge of these industries. 

Project Management Select 7 Core courses below and 5 required courses from the management program 36 Credits

PMT 7000 Concepts of Project Management (3)

Using a holistic approach, this course is designed to provide contract professionals with a basic understanding of what is necessary for successful project management. The course helps bring an intact team up to the same level of understanding of project management concepts and tools. Phases of the project management process, including: planning, scheduling, organizing and controlling projects are the major subjects studied during the course. 

PMT 7010 Project Management Organization (3)

This course covers the history, current practice, and future directions of project management. The course will refresh and upgrade the writing skills of Project Managers, Designers and other technical personnel who find it important and necessary to improve their communication capabilities. Concepts covered in the curriculum include process groups from initiation through closure; techniques for estimating and reporting; management of risk, quality, resources, and communications; earned value analysis; agile and extreme methods.

PMT 7020 Project Management Design II (3)

Project Management Design II provides the technical knowledge and skills for successfully managing and executing globally distributed projects. Project management principles and practices; Portfolio management; tools such as Charters, FMEA, Gantt Charts, PERT Charts, Work Breakdown Structures, Critical Path Analysis and Budget Simulation are the major subjects included in the curriculum. This course explores the issues that managers face when attempting to get work accomplished through other individuals or teams. 

PMT 7030 Project Management Integration II (3)

Project Management Integration II examines the project management integration form an advance framework, including key terminology, project management context, and project management processes. The students are made to handle dynamic, data-driven applications that enable businesses to interact with their customers, employees, and suppliers and provide on-line access to information. Students will also learn how to shorten the critical path by using alternate resources and Schedule Compression.

PMT 7040 Project Management (3)

Understanding how your project links to the corporate strategic goals is fundamental to guiding all the decisions the students will learn how corporations utilize project management to achieve strategic objectives. Core competencies included in the curriculum are tools and techniques used in project management for planning, scheduling and creating strategies to identify risks and quantify their impact. The course will also provide students with the opportunity to apply project management principles to real-world situations with the use of simulations and case studies.

PMT 7050 Project leadership (3)

This course will enable you to apply effective leadership strategies, improve your interpersonal communication, become more influential, help guide your staff through change, deal with conflict and practice ethical principles during the entire project management process.

PMT 7060 Strategic project Management (3)

The course covers the role of project management in a business or corporate environment. It will also teach the students how to achieve project goals and objectives within set constraints, such as time and budget. Studying in this program gives students the opportunity to increase their competitive advantage as they develop strategic project management skills that are highly sought after globally in a wide range of industry sectors.

PMT 7070 Product Management and New product Development (3)

This course will provide you with the framework, tools, techniques and perspectives to be effective in the development and marketing of new products. Practical knowledge will be advanced through case study analysis of the effects, contributions, trends and competitive advantages of new product development. The students will be made to critically study the product development practices of leading corporations within theoretical models and strategic decision frameworks.

PMT 7080 Project Management and Chaos Theory (3)

The product management specialization prepares students to manage a product or product line in a business. The curriculum will provide the students with a strong foundation in the knowledge as well as interpersonal aspects of being a successful project manager. The subjects undertaken in this curriculum focus on developing critical skills such as developing brand strategy, advertising, promotional programs, and the planning activities associated with those tasks.