Project Management Graduate Programmes
A MSc in Project Management qualifies you for Mphil/PhD degrees in Project Management.
You will be guided through this programme by our faculty who have years of industry experience:
•Ellis, Ruel BSc (Eng)(UWI), MSc (Brunel), PhD (UWI) MIEEE, Snr. MIIE, MASEE Programme Coordinator, Project Management Programme
•Suite, Winston, H. E. BSc (Eng.), MSc, PhD, FASCE, FAPE (Construction Engineering and Management)
•Outridge, Derek BSc, GDL(LPE), LPC, MPhil, MRICS, ACIarb, FQSc, Pmp (Quantity Surveying & Cost Engineering and Management, Project Management Professional)
Description – MSc Project Management
•A first degree from an approved University in Project Management, Information Technology, Planning, Agriculture, Accounting, Engineering, Management Sciences, Economics, Architecture, Quantity Surveying, Land Surveying, Construction Management. Applicants must possess sufficient related work experience that would assist the candidate in becoming eligible for registration in related professional associations and institutions. Candidates with a good first degree in other areas will be entertained on a case-by-case basis.
•For further information, please contact the Administrative Assistant, Project Management Programme;
Ms. Oneze Caruth at ext. 83838 or email: Project.Management@sta.uwi.edu
This is a Campus programme involving the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Social Sciences (Department of Management Studies) and the Institute of Business, and it is administered in the Faculty by the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering through a Programme Coordinator. It is academically managed by a Campus-based team led by the Dean of the Faculty. This MSc is a two-year evening programme. The Degree will be awarded with Pass or Distinction, following the normal University requirements for taught Masters Programmes.
The Aims and Objectives
To train and produce Graduates who will be able to:
•Solve real-world management problems associated with the project cycle and to exercise sound management judgment through practical application of Project Management concepts and skills;
•Apply management principles to business situations;
•Develop and communicate project financial and performance objectives;
•Accurately develop Master Plans for projects and programmes, including tasks, budget and resource requirements;
•Effectively monitor, control and report project costs, the scheduled and quality /performance levels needed to meet agreed milestones and required levels of earned value; and
•Provide effective leadership and promote a true environment that will help motivate team members and resolve conflicts.
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