The Master of Project Management focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to manage complicated projects in the modern world. The course consists of a combination of carefully selected core units, a placement, and elective units. It stresses the importance of theoretical knowledge and the application of theory in practice through, for instance, learning to manage projects and undertaking practical exercises. The core units of this course will teach the students project management concepts and skills needed to deal with the challenges of identifying, prioritizing, and implementing projects successfully. In the second year of study, the students will be required to complete the placement unit that prepares them for professional practice. Completion of the Professional Experience unit requires an equivalent number of hours (300 hours) of professional practice-related activity, which may include virtual or online activity.
Successful completion of a recognised bachelor degree, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, master's degree, or equivalent international qualification.
The course consists of core units, placement and elective units. The core units of this course will teach you project management concepts and skills. In the second year of study, the students will have a placement unit to prepare them for professional practice.
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