MBA - Project Management

If you would like to enhance your business knowledge and management skills, you should consider Ashford University's Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management program. Read here for more information about the Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management program.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

The Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management online program at the Forbes School of Business & Technology™ at Ashford University offers you management-level business concepts in communication, marketing, accounting, financial accounting and analysis, and operations management. The program explores business research methods, statistical techniques, and their application to organizational problems in business, finance, and management. Several areas of business law are discussed as well, including contracts, anti-trust law, employment law, environmental law, securities regulations, and government regulations. Specialization coursework examines the project life-cycle and elements of project planning, including proposals and contracts, scope definition, scheduling, budgeting, risk management, procurement, and strategies for aligning projects with organizational strategy.

How Can I Prepare?

Before applying to the Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management program, you must hold an accredited bachelor's degree. Although it is not required, you may also have work experience in a professional business setting. Some programs may have more specific requirements.

What Are the Course Requirements?

The Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management is a 42-credit program consisting of 33 core credits and nine project management credits.

Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management Course Requirements

Course CodeCourse Name
Core Courses
BUS 600 Management Communications with Technology Tools
BUS 610 Organizational Behavior
BUS 620 Managerial Marketing
BUS 670 Legal Environment
MAT 540 Statistical Concepts for Research
BUS 591 Financial Accounting & Analysis
BUS 642 Business Research Methods & Tools
BUS 630 Managerial Accounting
BUS 640 Managerial Economics
BUS 650 Managerial Finance
BUS 644 Operations Management
Project Management Specialization Courses
BUS 611 Project Planning and Management
BUS 612 Advanced Project Procurement
BUS 697 Project Management Strategy

Certain degree programs may not be available in all states.

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What Can I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

As a graduate of the Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Project Management program, you could have the business knowledge and management skills required to seek management positions in businesses and organizations within a wide range of industries.