Project Management (M.E. & M.S.)

Project Management Graduate Program

Master of Engineering (M.E.) or Master of Science (M.S.)

KU Edwards Campus

Project Management is driven by globalization, the internet, and the rapid advancement for work processes. Organizations must implement projects faster than ever before. These organizations are looking for technically oriented and highly skilled project managers. Our Project Management degree addresses workforce needs by providing individuals from multiple disciplines with the skills, confidence, and competence to manage a variety of projects, as well as bridge the fields of engineering, technology, people, and business. Individuals may opt for a Master of Engineering (M.E.) in Project Management or a Master of Science (M.S.) in Project Management depending on their undergraduate discipline.

The Project Management (PMGT) fundamental courses will strengthen knowledge and ability to apply the theories and concepts of Project Management in the real world. Electives will be offered on a rotational basis and will remain current with Project Management trends, demands, and the interests of our students.

Courses are offered in various formats including in-person in Overland Park on the KU Edwards Campus and online. In-person courses are also recorded and live-streamed. Classes are taught by Graduate Faculty members of the School of Professional Studies and members of the professional community.