Program chair: Dr. Rod Hair
The goal of the University of Mary Project Management graduate program is to provide the skill sets needed in any industry to become a successful project manager. The curriculum is developed to provide students with the knowledge, resources and skills necessary to execute projects on time and on budget. Students will have an opportunity to enhance communication skills and learn team building and leadership skills necessary for successful project management. With several optional areas of concentration, the degree can be tailored for specific career goals.
All MPM faculty teaching project management-specific courses are PMP® certified (Project Management Professional). Additionally, as an Authorized Training Partner (ATP), the University of Mary has been approved by the Project Management Institute to issue professional development units (PDU) for its courses.
MPM Program Outcomes
Students completing a Project Management degree will be able to:
- Integrate decisions utilizing Benedictine values, ethical frameworks, and professional standards.
- Evaluate the contemporary global business environment in an integrated manner to propose business solutions.
- Demonstrate professional business communication.
- Interpret results from multiple business support tools to inform decision making.
- Synthesize content from professional journals and scholarly research to make conclusions regarding business practices.
- Assess business best practices using methodology as derived from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK® Guide).
PMI and PMP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.