Masters - Management: Project Management

Colorado Technical University's Master of Science in Management - IT and Project Management program is designed to prepare you to be an effective project manager. Read more about the Master of Science in Management - IT and Project Management program at CTU here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

Colorado Technical University's Master of Science in Management - IT and Project Management program is available online and at some of the school's campuses. You have the opportunity to learn about time and conflict management, human resources management, cost, budgeting, scheduling, procurement, contracting, and control systems implementation. Core courses are designed to teach strategic management, managing organizational development and change, decision-making, operations management, marketing, and graduate research methods. Upon successful completion of this program you could be able to effectively plan projects, use analytical and critical thinking skills, professionally communicate information, determine project risks, and evaluate project objectives.

What Are the Prerequisites?

You should already have your bachelor's degree before enrolling in CTU's Master of Science in Management - IT and Project Management program. You should also be interested in overseeing projects. Applicants to all of Colorado Technical University's programs must have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs have additional requirements.

What Are the Course Requirements?

CTU's Master of Science in Management - IT and Project Management program consists of 44 credits. You will complete 16 credits of concentration courses and 28 credits of core courses.

Core Course Requirements

Course CodeCourse Name
EMBA 690 Strategic Management in Dynamic Environments
HRMT 655 Managing Organizational Development and Change
INTD 670 Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making
MGMT 600 Applied Managerial Decision-Making
MGMT 605 Graduate Research Methods
MGMT 640 Operations Management
MKTG 630 Applied Managerial Marketing

Project Management Concentration Requirements

Course CodeCourse Name
PM 600 Project Management Processes in Organizations
PM 610 Project Planning, Execution, and Closure
PM 620 Schedule and Cost Control Techniques
PM 630 Contracting and Procurement in Project Management

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

Once you complete Colorado Technical University's Master of Science in Management - IT and Project Management program you could be able to pursue leadership positions in the project management field. Your work might include overseeing projects or dealing with scheduling, costs, budgeting, and risk assessment.

Positions that you could be able to pursue include:

  • Construction manager
  • IT project manager
  • Project coordinator
  • Project manager
  • Project manager consultant
  • Project scheduler

CTU does not guarantee employment or salary. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.