Unlike other project management courses, this degree is for anyone of any discipline or academic background, whether you studied business, arts or anything else. It's been designed to match the requirements of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Association for Project Management (APM) to give you a helping hand when after you graduate.
You'll learn everything from the basics of project management and delivery to managing international works and people. Plus, you'll hear from guest lecturers with real-world experience to take your learning beyond the classroom and help you build your network.
Find out more in the programme specification.
You'll be taught through lectures, seminars, class discussions, case studies, a project management business game, group work, presentations and applied study.
The course is marked through written reports, research papers, practical assignments and a dissertation of your research based on your interests and career goals.
But there are no exams for this degree. Unlike the undergraduate level, you'll need to do some independent research and reading on this course.
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To study this course you need:
You must meet the minimum English language requirements to join the course.
The annual, full-time, fee for this course is:
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This course will help you work in one of the worlds fastest-growing industries. Project managers are in high demand, needed in almost every profession in the world, from industry, government and consulting to non-profit organisations, the arts and more. Project managers have a typical starting salary of around £45,000 (according to Glassdoor).
Plus, this course gives you the transferable skills that could see you working wherever your goals take you.
You'll meet experienced project professionals who will share their real-world knowledge with you in our guest lecture series. In the past, we've heard from the Chief Information Officer of BT, a senior NHS project manager and senior project management consultants.