Master of Project Management
KPT/JPS (R/345/7/0523) (A10051) 11/19
The MPM, first offered in 2011, aims to advance executives and administrators into thinking and effective project managers by equipping them with the knowledge and skills of project management principles and practice. Candidates will not only be required to learn from academicians and experienced practioners to be proficient in specialist areas such as managing costs and risks, resolving conflicts and examining supply and value chain but also be competent over a broad spectrum of general management disciplines that include leadership, strategy and ethics, and investigative case studies.
Such proficiency will endow individuals with the strength and confidence to become significant and successful project managers, a role that is incresingly in demand and therefore profitable in an economic and investment environment that challenges industry in both developing and developed nations. Success in their project management career will also give candidates high potential for senior and high management positions as well as arm individuals for greater success in management consultancy or other rewarding entrepreneurial ventures.
|Introductory Case & Research Methodology (non-credit subject)||
|Core Subjects (6 units)|
|Project Management Principles & Practice
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Project Cost Analysis & Appraisal
Supply Chain Management & Support
Project Management Case Study
|Electives (Selection of 6)|
Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness
|Other Electives – available when subject(s) offered|
|Business Accounting & Finance
Management of Organisational Change
Human Resource Management
Exam (20%) + Assignment I (30%) + Assignment II (50%)
A Bachelor degree from a recognized University preferably with adequate industry experience
April and October with course registration and commencement open throughout the year.