- Students are to follow the requirements of the Handbook for the year they commenced the course.
However, the subject links below do not contain the subject information for the current year. You can view current subject information through the new Course Handbook.
Project Management | 2018
Efficient project management provides organisations with improved ability to plan, implement and control their business activities. The growth of new forms of technology in project management has prompted organisations to look for skilled project managers who can enhance the performance of their businesses. The Master of Science (Project Management) equips students with comprehensive project management skills and teaches strategies for dealing with a broad range of issues encountered within business organisations.
Subjects Required for Specialisation
Candidates are required to complete the following four (4) subjects for a major in Project Management:
|Subject Code||subject Name||Credit Points|
|OPS936*||Advanced Project Management||6|
|OPS937**||Managing and Leading Project Teams||6|
|OPS938**||Negotiation Theory and Practice for Project Management||6|
|OPS939*||Project Management in Practice||6|
|* OPS 935 is a pre-requisite for these subjects. |
** OPS 935 is a co-requisite for these subjects
- Please click the subject codes in the above table for information on sessions of offer for each subject at different locations. For information regarding timetables, tutorials, and classes please the visit the Timetables and Classes page.
- Candidates who wish to major in Supply Chain Management and Project Management must complete all of the major subjects listed for each major, totalling 8 major subjects (48 credit points) along with 8 core subjects of the Master of Science (48 credit points). This major has a total credit point requirement of 96 credit points.
Professional Recognition / Accreditation
The Master of Science (Project Management) enables graduates to meet the educational and membership requirements of relevant professional associations. For further information, visit Professional Accreditation and Recognition.
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